Our Projects

We are involved with coastal projects, studies and initiatives nationwide. We have a strong presence nationwide working with coastal states and are the go-to firm for coastal resilience and water resources consulting. Our clients and partners are the nation's coastal states and local governments, including the Great Lakes.

Various Accomplishments:

  • $556,000 grant to improve congestion and construct bike lanes in downtown Lumberton, NC;
  • $5 million for the construction of a new bridge at Indian Street, Martin County, Florida;
  • $1 million for the acquisition of Americans with Disabilities Act compliant buses in St. Lucie County, Florida;
  • $500,000 to construct an intermodal transit center in Santa Maria, California;
  • $500,000 for the Treasure Coast Connector bus system in St. Lucie County, Florida;
  • $4 million for the West Virginia Corridor Expansion Project between I-95 to US Highway 1 in St. Lucie County, Florida;
  • $2 million for the I-95 interchange at Becker Road in St. Lucie County, Florida;
  • $4.5 million for an inter-modal facility in Galveston, Texas;
  • $4 million for land acquisition and construction of the Englewood Interstate Connector, a vital evacuation route for Sarasota, Charlotte and Lee Counties, Florida;
  • $2 million for the construction and engineering of the Central Sarasota Parkway Interchange at I-75, an evacuation route for Sarasota and the barrier islands, Florida;
  • $48 million for improvements to Interstate 75 between Daniels Parkway in Lee County, Florida, and Golden Gate Parkway in Collier County, Florida;
  • $1.6 million to plan and reconstruct 17th Street in the City of Sarasota, Florida
  • 675,000 during two fiscal years to the Edison & Ford Winter Estates in Fort Myers, Florida for the restoration of the Estates and implementation of their Master Plan;
  • $150,000 to the City of Santa Maria, California for the construction of a new community library;
  • $200,000 to the City of Sarasota, Florida for the Fredd “Glossie” Atkins park expansion;
  • $625,000 during two fiscal years to the City of Sarasota for the Robert Taylor Community Center;
  • $300,000 to the City of San Clemente, California for the construction of the City’s Coastal Rail Trail;
  • $53.8 million to construct a federal courthouse in the City of Fort Pierce, Florida
  • $280,000 to begin a new start Corps of Engineers study of the fragile levee system protecting the City of Santa Maria, California;
  • $800,000 for a comprehensive regional water storage and quality project managed by the Southwest Florida Water Management District;
  • $750,000 for the first-ever FEMA funded storm water infrastructure project in Flagler Beach, Florida;
  • $500,000 to the City of San Clemente, California for the expansion of the City’s reclaimed water plant;
  • $20 million authorized for water supply interconnectivity infrastructure in Lee County, Florida;
  • $1.1 million authorized for storm sewer improvements in Middletown Township, New Jersey;
  • $11 million authorized for environmental infrastructure, including storm water system improvements and ocean outfalls in Surfside, South Carolina;
  • $18 million authorized for environmental infrastructure, including ocean outfalls in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
  • $670,000 during three fiscal years for a local water quality and storage project in Creedmoor, North Carolina;
  • $650,000 for the construction of an emergency operations center in Scotland County, North Carolina;
  • $250,000 for Law Enforcement Interoperability Equipment in St. Johns County, Florida;
  • $100,000 for Jefferson County, TX, for law enforcement technology upgrades;
  • $390,100 to the City of Flagler Beach, FL for emergency personnel technology upgrades;