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Cranston leaders attend groundbreaking for Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center

June 22nd, 2017

Tom Robertson, Cranston Engineering President, and Scott Williams, Vice President, recently attended the groundbreaking for the new Cyber Innovation and Training Center as groundbreaking ambassadors. The cutting-edge facility is slated to open July 10, 2018 as part of Augusta University’s Riverfront Campus. The Cranston team is providing surveying, site design, site planning, traffic study, and […]

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Congratulations to Sean Smith, PE

June 19th, 2017

Congratulations to Sean Smith, Project Engineer for Cranston’s Development Design Group, for recently passing his PE exam! Sean has been part of the Cranston Engineering team since 2014. He was enlisted in the Army as a Combat Engineer before graduating from Florida State University in 2010. Between graduation and his work at Cranston, Sean was a […]

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“En blanc” for a good cause

May 12th, 2017

May in the CSRA is best spent outside. Everything is in bloom, temperatures are pleasant, and there’s an outdoor event to look forward to every weekend. Cranston recently sponsored one such “al fresco” community fundraiser in Aiken, the annual Dinner en Blanc with Friends. Ticket sales from this year’s event will support the Community Medical […]

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Helping to make our streets and communities great places to walk

May 10th, 2017

This month Mitchell Murchison, Cranston Project Manager for our Civil Design Group, lent his expertise to the 2017 Georgia Walks Summit in a presentation on increasing ADA accessibility. The Georgia Walks Summit is an annual statewide gathering of transportation experts and other community stakeholders “committed to making our streets and communities great places to walk.” […]

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Cranston Engineering celebrates 50 Years, unveils new logo

May 4th, 2017

Many great inventions came out of 1967: the first heart transplant, the ATM, the first Super Bowl and the merger between two leading Augusta engineering firms which resulted in Baldwin & Cranston Associates, Inc. Over the years, Baldwin & Cranston Associates changed its name (and office location) a few times before becoming the Cranston Engineering Group […]

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Work is fully underway for Cyber Innovation and Training Center

April 24th, 2017

Augusta is buzzing with news of a game-changing new development on the Riverfront. The Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center, a state-of-the-art facility on Augusta University’s downtown campus designed to improve Georgia’s cybersecurity education, is also projected to elevate Georgia on a global level as “the best place for business through innovation and collaboration with private industry […]

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Congratulations to Cranston’s newest Land Surveyor in Training

April 21st, 2017

Congratulations to Patrick Boylan for passing his Land Surveyor in Training (LSIT) exam! Patrick started with Cranston Engineering in the fall of 2014 as a member of the survey department’s field crew, and has since become Survey Crew Chief. Patrick previously worked as a geologist in the environmental remediation field in Columbia, South Carolina. He […]

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The Euchee Creek Greenway, a place to gather and explore

April 18th, 2017

“It will be a place for people to gather, a place where residents and visitors alike can stroll, ride, and run, a place where generations can explore the natural world and neighbors can become friends.” So describes the future Euchee Creek Greenway, an exciting project underway in Columbia County, Georgia. We’re teaming with Alta Planning […]

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We’re building our structural design group

March 30th, 2017

We’re steadily building our Structural Design Group with the addition of two new engineers. Josh Barnes has come on board in our Hilton Head office.  Josh is a Georgia Tech graduate, having earned his Bachelor of Science in 2012. Josh brings with him several years of experience in the railroad and construction industries. Stephen Wright, […]

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Officials unveil early design ideas for Whiskey Road

March 15th, 2017

Cranston Engineering looks forward to providing stormwater analysis for this important project to make one of Aiken’s busiest corridors safer, more accessible, and more scenic for the community. (Aiken Standard) The public learned Thursday night what an improved Whiskey Road corridor could look like based on their input, with preliminary designs showing increased visibility, as well as curb and gutter replacing most of the drainage ditches along the road.

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