Croy Engineering announced the promotion of Scott McNally, PE to Site Development Department Manager at its Marietta headquarters’ location.
A part of Croy’s team for the past six years, McNally will now lead the firm’s efforts to provide site planning and design engineering for projects across the Southeast, including work on parks, trails, and recreational areas.
“We congratulate Scott on this well-deserved promotion and milestone in his career,” said James “Jim” M. Croy, Sr., Founder and CEO for Croy. “Since joining our firm, Scott has proven to be a diligent worker and innovative engineer. We’re confident he will continue to demonstrate these qualities in his new role, while also providing excellent client service, thoughtful design, and strategic leadership.”
Since joining Croy in 2014, McNally has served as the project manager and lead civil engineer on the design of several site development projects in Georgia. His efforts include work on Greystone Power Corporation’s new headquarters campus in Paulding County, the new downtown greenspace and park for the City of Powder Springs, Fire Station No. 7 in Cobb County, and Fire Station No. 4 in Fayette County. As lead design engineer on each project, McNally was responsible for each site’s layout and plan, as well as oversight of grading, utility plans, and stormwater management, as well as erosion, sedimentation, and pollution control design.
“I’ve had the opportunity to work with Scott on several parks and recreational projects for our community. During each project’s development, he was able to help us envision innovative uses, while focusing on practicality and quickly addressing public comments,” said Michael Justus, Parks & Recreation Director for Paulding County.
A Georgia native, McNally is a Harrison High School graduate and holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Georgia Southern University. A Professional Engineer in Georgia, McNally is actively involved in the Georgia Recreation and Park Association (GRPA). He is a graduate of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce’s Next Generation Mentoring Program and the American Council of Engineering Companies of Georgia’s Future Leaders Program.
“I am fortunate to be able to design projects that improve the places where we live and work, while also giving back to the community where I grew up,” said McNally. “I look forward to continuing to provide engineering solutions to Croy’s many public and private clients.”