Improve and Build Ways for People to Reach Each Other Faster
It’s not just about designing new roadways, but adapting old infrastructure to connect growing communities. From the trails you run on to the interstates you drive on – with our plans, you can get there from here. We share your vision of a connected community and work relentlessly to make it a reality.
- Construction administration and inspection
- Erosion and sedimentation control design
- Access coordination
- Roadway, sidewalk, streetscape, and trail design
- Shared-use pathways
- Transportation planning
- Utility coordination and relocation
- GDOT and agency coordination
- Intersections, including signals and roundabouts
Our team’s knowledge and experience – combined with a strong network of industry relationships – gives us the ability to deliver high-quality transportation projects. A few of these include:
In partnership with the City of Smyrna, Croy was named named a 2020 Georgia Partnership for Transportation Quality (GPTQ) Preconstruction Design Award winner for our Roswell Street Roundabout project from the Georgia Department of Transportation and American Council of Engineering Companies of Georgia. The project, which won the “Traffic Safety and/or Intersection Design” category, features an innovative five-legged roundabout design concept.
Our team understands the intricate and proven processes involved in transportation planning. We’re dedicated to working with you – along with coordinating with relevant agencies, neighboring communities, and community stakeholders – to successfully deliver your project on time. And, we’ll work closely with you to identify risks and challenges early so we can stay within your allocated budget.
”Working with the Croy team as the Engineer-of-Record for Fayette County has been overwhelmingly positive. They're responsive, flexible, open to feedback, and effective communicators – not to mention experienced and qualified engineers. They've worked hard to get critical SPLOST projects ready for our community, on-time and within budget.Phil Mallon, PEDirector | Fayette County Public Works