The Coastal Impact Assistance Program (CIAP) of Louisiana has published its program update for the 3rd quarter of 2013, and the Caminada Headland Restoration Project is featured front and center. Coastal Engineering Consultants, Inc. is the lead designer for this project and is providing construction management services as part of the innovative and integrated project team. The Caminada Headland is experiencing extreme erosion and provides crucial protection for the busy Port Fourchon, Highway 1 Hurricane Evacuation Route, and wetland ecosystems in the area. To read more about the project or the progress of other CIAP projects throughout Lousiana, click the image above.
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