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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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2017 MATHCOUNTS Competition a success for both students and volunteers

March 1st, 2017

The 2017 MATHCOUNTS Competition, proudly sponsored by the Augusta Chapter of the Georgia Society of Professional Engineers (GSPE) and coordinated by volunteers from Cranston Engineering Group and other local firms, was held Saturday, Feb. 11 at Augusta University. MATHCOUNTS is a national competition for students grade 6-8, and is carried out by local chapters to […]

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Welcome Matt Randall, Charleston Office Project Manager

February 16th, 2017

Cranston Engineering Group is pleased to welcome Matt Randall, PE, LEED AP to the team. Mr. Randall will serve as a Project Manager for our Civil Engineering Design Group. Matt originally hails from Boston, MA and comes to us by way of Charleston. He is a graduate of Roger Williams University and holds a degree […]

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James Dean and Mitchell Murchison announced as new stockholders

January 19th, 2017

James and Mitchell have had substantial successes in their careers, both as individual engineers and as leaders of team efforts for which they have been responsible. We have every reason to believe that they will continue to exert that positive influence for our company and for our clients in the future.

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Hyatt House Hotel planned for Broad Street

October 26th, 2016

Cranston Engineering Group is pleased to be a part of another exciting project coming to downtown. (Augusta Chronicle) An Augusta-based investment group announced Wednesday it will build a Hyatt House hotel on the 1200 block of Broad Street — the second major downtown hotel announcement this week and Broad Street’s first new business-class hotel in decades.

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Augusta Riverfront adding new hotel to Convention Center Complex

October 25th, 2016

Downtown Augusta is growing, and we are looking forward to being a part of the new riverfront hotel. (Augusta Chronicle) Augusta Riverfront LLC on Tuesday announced plans to build a new downtown hotel adjacent to the Augusta Convention Center after city commissioners approved leasing the hotel parking spaces and funding construction of a pedestrian bridge. The new 125- to 130-room hotel at Reynolds and James Brown Boulevard will be at the site of the former city jail being demolished. It will connect across James Brown to the convention center parking deck via a pedestrian bridge.

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Restoring Sibley Mill

September 30th, 2016

The Cranston team is looking forward to taking part in efforts to repurpose a historic cotton mill into a state-of-the-art data center. (Augusta Chronicle) In about four months, workers will have converted the 19th century warehouse into class A office space [as part of] the first phase of a local investment group’s long-term plan to turn the former textile mill into a high-tech mixed-use complex called Augusta Cyberworks, which aims to be a magnet for a local cyber industry being driven by the relocation of U.S. Army Cyber Command from Fort Meade, Md., to Fort Gordon.

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