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Augusta Canal awarded, received plaque for Historic Landmark

May 7th, 2018

In May 2018, a plaque was created to signify the Augusta Canal as a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark as recognized by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). The plaque lauds the canals innovative economic development, and calls this monumental project “a civil engineering masterpiece of sustainability”. Cranston Engineering Group has been instrumental for […]

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Foundry Place Complex groundbreaking – Cranston contributes to many aspects

May 4th, 2018

Cranston Engineering Group continues to support the revitalization of the Laney-Walker / Bethlehem area of Augusta. A recent groundbreaking of the site for The Foundry Place Apartment Complex was held Friday, April 20, 2018. Cranston staff provided on structural engineering services, site development, and a traffic study for the area where the apartments will be constructed. […]

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New hotel design – North Augusta “Crowne-ing” achievement

April 25th, 2018

Cranston Engineering Group is providing site design services for a new hotel in North Augusta, South Carolina. The Crowne Plaza Hotel will be a 5-story, 180 room facility and is currently under construction. Design is being led by Project Manager James P. Dean, PE. This hotel is located on 1.64 acres in Riverside Village, and […]

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Cranston to develop master plan for North Augusta’s Highland Springs

April 12th, 2018

The Saturday, March 31, 2018, online edition of The Augusta Chronicle notes the inclusion of the Cranston firm to develop the master plan for a 1,400 acre tract being developed in North Augusta called “Highland Springs”. This project is noted as one of the largest single developments in the North Augusta area, and it may […]

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Performing Arts Center – Cranston design contributed to community arts

March 8th, 2018

Cranston Engineering Group’s Municipal Design Team has provided civil engineering services for the construction of the new Columbia County Performing Arts Center located in Evans, Georgia. Work on this project included site development for the primary structure and area for future development. The Cranston Engineering team provided design for a roadway extension and service road, parking, landscapes, and […]

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Cranston lauded as part of team for AU beacons project

January 18th, 2018

On Saturday, December 2, 2017, newly designed beacons were lit to show the city of Augusta the Augusta University commitment to the city and the AU community.  This project was a collaboration between Augusta University’s Project Manager, Adam Stroup, and an entire team from the Augusta area. Some of the team members included Cranston’s Structural Design Group Manager and […]

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GTA building groundbreaking, called “forefront of cybersecurity”

January 5th, 2018
GTA Cyber Center

The Thursday, January 4, 2018, edition of The Augusta Chronicle mentions the Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center, which is being called “the forefront of cybersecurity”. Also, in an online article dated January 3, 2018, The Augusta Chronicle shared information about the recent groundbreaking ceremony and future plans for the building’s dedication in July 2018. The […]

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Cyber Hub Phase 2 Starts in January

December 8th, 2017
GTA Cyber Center

The Friday, December 8, 2017, edition of The Augusta Chronicle notes the Phase 2 ground breaking for the Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center. This project is slated for completion by the end of 2018. The Cranston Engineering team is proud to provide surveying, site design, site planning, traffic study, and signal design services for […]

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Augusta’s Historic Sibley Mill to be redeveloped as innovative data center

October 17th, 2017

The development of another local project is set to increase Augusta’s growing foothold in the cyber technology world. Cranston Engineering is currently providing structural and civil design services for the redevelopment of the historic Sibley Textile Mill into a data center with Cape Augusta Digital Properties, LLC. The project, known as Augusta Cyber Works, will include […]

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Innovative project will improve stormwater drainage in downtown Aiken

September 6th, 2017

Construction recently wrapped up on a project to replace stormwater infrastructure and stabilize a historic railroad bank in the heart of downtown Aiken, South Carolina. Cranston Engineering’s civil design group provided a feasibility analysis and worked with the City, State Historic Preservation Office, SC Dept. of Transportation, and Aiken Railway to improve drainage along the […]

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