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Project Spotlight – 5th Street Improvements

May 24th, 2019

Cranston was recently awarded the contract for 5th Street Improvements infrastructure project by the City of Augusta. The approved concept, which runs from Taylor Street to Reynolds Street, proposes to reduce the width of the pavement while adding bike lanes and pedestrian improvements. The corridor will match the downtown streetscape appearance with wider sidewalks with […]

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Cranston Shines at Paceline Biking Event

May 13th, 2019

Cranston Engineering proudly participated with bicycle riders and virtual riders to help raise awareness and collect much needed funds for life-saving cancer research at the Georgia Cancer Center. A two-day event (May 10-11, 2019) brought people from across the community to ride, share personal experiences, promote the Paceline program, and have fun! The Paceline event […]

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Project Spotlight – WRDW New Facility

April 26th, 2019

Construction continues on the WRDW project at the corner of Riverwatch Parkway and Interstate 20 for the GRAY TV Corporation. The project manager for GRAY TV stated that this project will be a centerpiece for their corporation. Cranston Engineering has provided both the structural and civil engineering for this project. It is a 30,000 square […]

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Leadership Changes in Hilton Head office

April 23rd, 2019

Jake R. Eavenson – Office Manager Cranston Engineering is pleased to announce changes in the leadership team. In the Hilton Head office, Jake Eavenson has been promoted to Office Manager after skillfully performing the role in an interim capacity since last summer. Jake began his career with Cranston in 2014 after graduating from Georgia Institute […]

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Leadership Changes 2019 Announced – Augusta office

April 16th, 2019

             D. Scott Williams – President                                           Thomas H. Robertson – Vice-President and Chairman of the Board Cranston Engineering is pleased to announce changes in the leadership team. Scott Williams was recently elected by the Board of Directors as the new President of Cranston Engineering. Tom Robertson, after 34 years as president and overseeing growth in the […]

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Survey crew member earns new certification

March 26th, 2019

Cranston Engineering Group would like to congratulate Edwin Eidson on his recent success in passing the Certified Survey Technician test. He is now recognized as a Certified Survey Technician by the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS) . Mr. Eidson is a graduate of Aiken Technical College with an Associate of Science degree, specializing in […]

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Project Spotlight on Crowne Plaza

February 1st, 2019

The Crowne Plaza opened its doors January 11, 2019. This five-story hotel has 180 rooms, a restaurant (Salt + Marrow), two bars, a large meeting area, and a pool. The Development Design Group, led by Project Manager James Dean, designed Center Street that runs in front of the hotel. It is a split road with […]

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New staff rounding out Augusta office

January 28th, 2019

Cranston Engineering Group is pleased to welcome 4 new staff members to the Augusta office – Cary Nagler, Penland Mayson, Burt Fine, and Benjamin Smith. Mr. Nagler is a graduate of the University of Georgia. He has been practicing civil engineering since 2001. Nagler has vast experience designing water resources, land development, stormwater management, and […]

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Cranston project wins historic preservation award – Freedom’s Path

December 7th, 2018

Freedom’s Path Exterior. Photo courtesy of Historic Augusta, Inc.. Cranston Engineering Group provided civil and structural design services and led the plan review and design of a three-building rehabilitation project for the Freedom’s Path buildings which opened in June 28, 2018. Two buildings from this project have been included in the 2018 Historic Preservation Awards […]

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Augusta office welcomes new staff

November 12th, 2018

Cranston Engineering Group is pleased to welcome Jacques Palmer to the team. Palmer will serve under the Municipal Design Group as the Senior Construction Inspector.  He has been a construction inspector since 1980 working at various projects throughout the southeast and has compiled an impressive record of field experience and training as an inspector. He […]

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