Data Center plans announced for historic Sibley Mill

May 4th, 2016

The redevelopment of Sibley Mill is a great opportunity for our community, and Cranston is proud to be a part of this project. (Augusta Chronicle) … Sibley’s canal-side location and built-in 2.5-megawatt hydroelectric turbines provide the two things a data center needs most: electricity to power its servers and water to keep them from overheating. The property also is eligible for historic-redevelopment and community-renewal tax credits that could cover up to $20 million of the multiphase project’s cost.

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Updating Augusta’s sidewalks could cost $105 million

April 20th, 2016

The Cranston team is helping lead the way on updating our city’s sidewalks to increase accessibility for all residents and visitors. (Augusta Chronicle) Cranston Engineering and two subconsultants catalogued every sidewalk, crosswalk, curb ramp and other pedestrian way around the city, rated its level of accessibility under the Americans with Disabilities Act, and held public hearings on what is now a draft self-evaluation and transition plan …

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New Cranston Engineering website released

April 5th, 2016

We’re excited to announce the official launch of our new website! It’s modernized and mobile-friendly and has some great new features. Many thanks go out to Powerserve, the management, and other Cranston staff for their help in making this a reality.

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Wright Montgomery now a Registered Landscape Architect

October 2nd, 2015

Wright Montgomery started with Cranston Engineering as a project surveyor. He took advantage of our professional development program, studied at the University of Georgia, and is now a registered Landscape Architect working in our Private Development design group. Read more to learn about our professional development program!

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“Resisting Sherman” published by Cranston Engineering President, Tom Robertson

August 20th, 2015

As the War Between the States was winding down, Francis Marion Robertson kept a diary. The physician’s hand-written account has survived for 150 years, and one of his descendants recently turned it into a book.

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Expansion of services in Hilton Head and Charleston

May 31st, 2015
Charleston Harbor Panorama by John Ouzts

Burgeoning economic development and population growth in the coastal region of South Carolina has created more demand for the services of civil and structural engineering professionals. Cranston Engineering is responding to that demand by opening an office in Charleston and expanding services in Hilton Head.

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Cranston Engineering named the 2015 Georgia Engineering Employer of the Year for Small Companies

February 24th, 2015

The Georgia Society of Professional Engineers (GSPE) has chosen Cranston Engineering Group as the 2015 Georgia Engineering Employer of the Year for Small Companies. The award recognizes small businesses with exceptional contributions to the lives of members of both their community and their staff.  Cranston Engineering Group’s own employees nominated the firm for the honor.

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