GTA building groundbreaking, called “forefront of cybersecurity”

January 5th, 2018 | By Amanda Adams

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 Cranston Engineering team is proud to provide surveying, site design, site planning, traffic study, and signal design services for this project.

Cranston Vice President, Principal-in-Charge and Project Manager D. Scott Williams stated, “Cranston is providing land surveying and civil engineering planning and design services for both buildings, the associated 12th Street Improvements, and the River Walk Extension.¬† We worked closely with the City of Augusta, the Georgia Department of Transportation, the US Army Corps of Engineers, and the GTA team to meet the accelerated schedule while obtaining the required permitting reviews and approvals along the way.¬† It is truly a team effort and awesome to be part of such a transformative project.”

Read The Augusta Chronicle online article HERE.
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