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Permeable/Porous Asphalt Pavement

What the is the difference between permeable and porous asphalt pavement? While there are differences in the technical definitions of permeable and porous, these terms are interchangeable regarding asphalt pavement. It is especially well-suited for parking lots, walkways, and sidewalks in a variety of commercial developments resulting in a high return on investment, years of […]

By |March 12th, 2017|expertise|0 Comments

The Complications of Water Damage Claims

Here in Georgia, we’ve seen the affects of many strong storms, tornadoes, hurricanes, and floods. Many insurance companies will cover the damages caused by winds and storms, but not flooding, so a water damage claim can often become an expensive and time-consuming ordeal. This is where we Civil Engineers at Civilogistix can step in and […]

By |February 8th, 2017|expertise|0 Comments

Ballentine Point by Smith Douglas Homes

Situated in the the city of Dallas, Ballentine Pointe is a beautiful wooded community featuring a pool with cabana and nature trails! With easy access to I-20, Hwy 120, and I-75 and excellent Paulding County schools, this gem of a neighborhood was a pleasure to work on! Once again, our partnership with Smith Douglas Homes on […]

By |November 8th, 2016|civilogistix, Single Family|0 Comments

This is Bay County’s time – think about a new kind of development!

PANAMA CITY — Brian D’Isernia, the CEO of Eastern Shipbuilding Group is sharing the good news with everyone in Bay County.
This family-owned company, a relative unknown in the shipbuilding world, won the largest contract in the history of U.S. Coast Guard, worth $10.5 billion, to build 25 offshore patrol cutters. To make that happen, Eastern […]

By |September 18th, 2016|News|0 Comments

Millennials in the Workforce

Millennials will make up 75 percent of the workforce by 2025, according to PwC, and this year marked the inflection point in that journey. As of 2016, Millennials, defined as those who reached young adulthood around the year 2000, are now the largest living generation, according to the latest population estimates released by the […]

By |August 9th, 2016|Civil Engineering News|0 Comments

Another Great Partnership with Smith Douglas Homes!

This beautiful neighborhood in Cartersville, GA by Smith Douglas Homes was a pleasure to work on!  The Reserve at Pettit Creek has large lots, spacious floor plans, tennis courts and a clubhouse with a pool! With easy access to I-75 and Hwy 41, this community is well situated for an escape from the city life! […]

By |May 30th, 2016|civilogistix, Single Family|0 Comments

Smith Douglas Homes teams with civilogistix at Berkleigh Trails in Hiram, GA!

We partnered with Smith Douglas Homes in Hiram, GA on this fantastic location just off Hwy 120! With spacious floor plans and gourmet kitchens, the new homeowners are loving Berkleigh Trails! civilogistix created Erosion, Grading, and Draining plans for sites throughout the neighborhood, and are ready to help your next development project succeed as well!

By |April 11th, 2016|civilogistix, Single Family|0 Comments

Analyzing Newly Stabilized Rental Prices in Atlanta

This winter, Atlanta’s rent prices for one-bedroom units have risen a mere 1% while they have decreased by nearly 2% for two-bedroom units, per the real estate app, Zumper.

Zumper’s Analysis on Atlanta’s Rent Prices

By Jason Flynn

By |February 18th, 2016|Single Family|0 Comments

Smith Douglas Homes pairs with civilogistix to Develop Mt. Zion Chase in Morrow

civilogistix partnered with Smith Douglas Homes in Morrow, GA to create this wonderful commuter community! Mt. Zion Chase offers easy access to Hwy 41, I-75, and I-675 while maintaining privacy and seclusion!  We created Erosion, Grading, and Draining plans for sites throughout the neighborhood, and are ready to help your next development project succeed as […]

By |February 2nd, 2016|civilogistix, Single Family|0 Comments

GE tax breaks for move to Atlanta?

Mayor Reed has done an excellent job of recruiting corporate headquarters to the City of Atlanta.  Read more of Dave Williams article in Atlanta Business Chronicle at the link below:

Mayor Reed dangling tax breaks to attract GE to Atlanta

By |November 14th, 2015|News|0 Comments