CROY engineering announces manager
by MDJ staff
August 16, 2014 09:05 PM | 1948 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Eddie Wade
Eddie Wade
Marietta-based CROY Engineering recently announced Eddie Wade of Kennesaw has joined the company as an engineering manager. Wade brings a background in water and wastewater engineering to CROY, specifically focusing on maintaining the high focus on client service to which CROY’s clients have become accustomed.

“Eddie has vast experience working for a variety of clients across Georgia and Tennessee,” said Greg Teague, CROY director of Engineering. “Eddie’s knowledge of the issues that clients face, coupled with his leadership and engineering experience, will be invaluable to further serving our client’s needs. Eddie excels in organizing resources to deliver specialized engineering designs in a timely manner.”

Wade comes to CROY Engineering from Chattanooga, Tenn., where he served as a vice-president, client service manager and board member for LDA Engineering. At LDA, he played an integral role in rehabilitating wastewater systems for numerous cities under EPA Consent Decrees, focused on providing stormwater solutions to flood-prone areas.

He graduated from Auburn University with a bachelor’s degree in Biosystems Engineering. He is an active member of the Water Environment Federation, the American Water Works Association and the National Society of Professional Engineers.

CROY Engineering, a consulting firm consisting of engineers, planners and surveyors, is focused on delivering solutions to transportation, aviation, site design and environmental engineering needs.

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