Croy Engineering, a multi-discipline consulting firm, will host a ribbon-cutting and open house to celebrate its new location in Chattanooga. Croy announced its expansion into the Tennessee market with the opening of a Chattanooga office earlier this year, along with the addition of Russell Moorehead, PE to lead the operations.
Elected, appointed, and industry leaders are expected to join the firm to celebrate its new office in the city’s Southside Historic District. Confirmed guests include: Marion County Mayor David Jackson, Councilman Anthony Byrd, Councilman Erskine Oglesby, Jr., Chattanooga Chief Operating Officer Maura Sullivan, Deputy Administrator of Economic Development of Chattanooga Charita Allen, and Southeast Tennessee Regional Director, Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Sam Wills.
The open house and ribbon cutting for Croy Engineering will be held Monday from 4-7 p.m. The new location is at 1270 Market St. Additional valet parking will be available at the nearby Moxy Chattanooga Downtown.