Estero Island Physical Monitoring Survey

Client: Lee County Department of Natural Resources

Date: 2013

Physical monitoring surveys are conducted to provide comprehensive analyses of changes in nearshore morphology and typically involve the merging of upland, wading and hydrographic data sets. Physical monitoring is particularly useful when conducted

Tags: Survey
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Pirate Harbor Hard-bottom Monitoring

Client: Charlotte County BOCC

Date: 2013

While providing dredging permitting, design and construction management services for the deepening of the Pirate Harbor channel in Charlotte County, Coastal Engineering Consultants, Inc. was tasked to conduct a series of hard-bottom monitoring surveys and produce

Tags: Environmental, Survey
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Terrebonne Basin Barrier Shoreline Restoration

Client: Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA)

Date: 2008 – Ongoing

The Louisiana Coastal Area Ecosystem Restoration Study has identified the Terrebonne Basin Barrier Shoreline Restoration project (TBBSR) as a near-term critical project to restore the natural ecological functions of the

Tags: Ecosystem Restoration
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Mound House Observation Pier

Client: Town of Fort Myers Beach

Date: 2013 – Ongoing

Coastal Engineering Consultants, Inc. (CEC) is assisting the Town of Fort Myers Beach in the permitting, design and construction of a community observation pier located at Mound House, a sight of historic

Tags: Waterfront Design
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Galveston ODMDS Sediment Testing & Analysis

Client: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Date: 2011 – Ongoing

Ocean Dredged Material Disposal Sites (ODMDS) are managed to ensure that the placement of dredged material within these areas does not unreasonably degrade the marine environment or interfere with other beneficial uses

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Charlotte County Erosion Control Project

Client: Charlotte County Public Works

Date: 2001 – Ongoing

Coastal Engineering Consultants (CEC) has served on an integrated consulting team providing comprehensive services for beach restoration and inlet management to Charlotte County since 2001. The services have included:

evaluating site conditions;
evaluating economical and

Tags: Coastal, Environmental
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Port Everglades ODMDS Expansion

Client: US Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District

Date: 2012

The Site Management and Monitoring Plan developed for the Port Everglades Harbor Ocean Dredged Materials Disposal Site (ODMDS) placed project volume restrictions of 500,000 cubic yards until capacity modeling was completed. In

Tags: Environmental
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