civilogistix Supports KSU ASCE

civilogistix is a proud sponsor of Kennesaw State University’s American Society of Civil Engineers Student Chapter.

The ASCE Student Chapter at KSU seeks to provide students with the opportunity to learn more about the civil engineering profession and is a great way for students to make connections with the engineering community.

Through ASCE, students have the opportunity to participate […]

By |February 26th, 2018|civilogistix, News|0 Comments

Early Morning Pic

I took this early morning picture outside of our new office in the City of Roswell. What an beautiful city to live in!  I’m looking forward to being in the middle of all the great things happening around us.

By |July 24th, 2017|civilogistix, News|0 Comments

The Up-Flow Filter is at it again!

This product just keeps serving as a superhero for potential development runoff recipients. Hydro International has been developing products that are, quite frankly, preserving national treasures and has recently been approved by the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) as an effective BMP for removing 80% TSS statewide in Georgia.

For more about the ARC: http://atlantaregional.org/about-arc

Now, Georgia is […]

By |June 17th, 2017|Industrial, News|0 Comments

New Stadium, New Team Members! The civilogistix summer lineup is here!

To kick off a summer of growth, civilogistix welcomes two new summer interns with a fun filled Braves outing at the new Sun Trust Park! Both students of Kennesaw State’s Engineering program, Allison will be helping with the civil and land development department and Daniel is one of our new drone pilots! From Left: Owner […]

By |May 19th, 2017|civilogistix, News|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

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