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Project Spotlight – The Church of the Cross steeple raising

October 23rd, 2019

Cranston Engineering Group’s Bluffton office led the structural efforts for the recent chapel and steeple project at The Church of the Cross (founded in 1767). This project makes this building the tallest in Bluffton, SC, at 105 feet in height. The steeple spire was constructed on the ground over a structural steel frame and lifted […]

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Project Spotlight – Augusta River Walk & River Walk Extension

October 9th, 2019

Cranston Engineering Group proudly celebrates a moment in Cranston history by taking a look at the Augusta River Walk and River Walk extension. This project is one of the most iconic in the Cranston portfolio. Cranston, then known as Cranston, Robertson, and Whitehurst, was the prime engineer and planner for this award-winning waterfront park in […]

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Paceline announces final total donation, Cranston preps for 2020 ride

September 24th, 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 through the 2019 Paceline community ride event. Our team exceeded a goal of  raising $4,000, and the final total was announced recently. With Paceline 2019 officially at […]

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Cranston adds Accounting staff to its numbers

September 9th, 2019

Cranston Engineering Group’s Augusta office welcomes a new staff member to its Accounting Department. Kristen Eargle – Accountant Kristen is a South Carolina native and a graduate of University of South Carolina – Aiken with a degree in Accounting. She has previous experience as the Senior Accountant with Baker Audio Visual, a designer and installer […]

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Survey Department looking to future with new staff

August 30th, 2019

Cranston Engineering Group’s Survey Department, led by nearly 50-year Cranston employee John T. Attaway, welcomes two new employees to the group. Marc Simmons – Survey Field Technician Marc is an Army veteran who served as a First Lieutenant in active and reserve duty. His service included work as a platoon leader at a U.S. customs […]

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Parrott participating in Leadership Columbia County

August 12th, 2019

Cranston Engineering Group continues to support professional development related to improving the CSRA community.  Our engineer Thomas Parrott, PE has been accepted to the Leadership Columbia County program for the coming program session. Leadership Columbia County, a program of the Columbia County Chamber, is designed to expose business and area leaders to the opportunities and […]

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Project Spotlight – Euchee Creek Greenway

July 3rd, 2019

The vision for the Euchee Creek Greenway in Columbia County, GA, is a series of off-street bikeways, walkways, and trails that offers safe, family-friendly access to all ages and abilities, providing connections between neighborhoods and other community destinations while maintaining a respect for the past, an awareness of the present, and a vision for the […]

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Students2Work welcomes Rice

June 19th, 2019

For the second successful summer in a row, Cranston Engineering Group’s Augusta office welcomes Jacob Rice from the Students 2 Work program. This program gives Augusta metro high school students the opportunity to participate in internships and gain hands-on workplace experience. It is a Workplace Learning Initiative, which supports the Richmond County School System’s vision: […]

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Welcoming the Summer Interns for 2019

June 3rd, 2019

Brandon Goings and Katie Smith.                                                                               Elizabeth Turner and Parker Wiley.                                                                            Will Hagler.   Throughout the summer, Cranston Engineering Group’s Augusta office will once again be working with summer interns. Area college students are working hard and gaining real-world work experience and growth in their career fields. The interns are diligently aiding the municipal, traffic engineering, […]

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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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