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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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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SCGS Engineers help with Hurricane damage assessments

October 26th, 2018

South Carolina State Guard Engineers(SCSG) worked in Marion County again on flood damage assessments after Hurricane Michael, the second hurricane in the area during fall 2018. Under command of LTC Marguerite McClam, the Engineers collaborated with Marion County, local communities, and the Department of Natural Resources to assess more properties in the nearby region. Jake Eavenson, PE, SE, […]

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Charleston Chapter celebrates Military Appreciation Day 2018

October 14th, 2018

  The Charleston Chapter of Military Appreciation Day (MAD) held a celebration October 13, 2018, and MAD would like to thank the 39 captains who put 118 Active Duty Troops on the water on a beautiful October morning to make the event a huge success. Boat captains left from different ramps around Charleston County and […]

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State Guard Engineers assist after Hurricane Florence

September 18th, 2018

The Engineers of the South Carolina State Guard (SCSG) Personnel have worked actively in Marion County on flood damage assessments after Hurricane Florence. Under the command of LTC Marguerite McClam, the Engineers collaborated with City of Mullins, Marion County, local communities, and the Department of Natural Resources to assess more than 2,400 properties in the […]

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Charleston office welcomes new staff

June 27th, 2018

Cranston Engineering Group is pleased to welcome Allison Acosta to the team. Acosta will serve as a Project Engineer for our Charleston Civil Engineering Design Group. She is a 2017 graduate of Clemson University and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Engineering. After graduating from Clemson, she worked as a Water Programs Associate for Propeller: A Force for Social […]

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Cranston welcomes staff to Augusta office

June 19th, 2018

Cranston Engineering Group is pleased to welcome Will Carter and Stewart Eberhardt to the team at our office in Augusta, Georgia. Joining the Transportation Design Group is Will Carter.  Will joined us after a cross country move from Portland, Oregon.  He is a graduate of Oregon State University and has two years of experience including design assistance for roadway, […]

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Summer interns benefit from hands-on experience

June 12th, 2018

Over the past several weeks, Cranston Engineering Group’s Augusta office welcomed and worked with its summer interns. Area college students are working hard and gaining real-world work experience and interpersonal growth. The interns are diligently aiding the municipal, traffic engineering, development, administrative, and survey departments in a range of projects. Penland Mayson, who has interned with the firm multiple times, […]

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