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 Coastal Engineering


  Environmental Impact Assessment Services

Coastal Structure Impacts
    Numerical Model

Dredging Impacts
Offshore Sand Resources
Environmental Permitting

Pipeline Construction
NEPA Documentation

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Decision makers use environmental impact documents to determine the potential effect of proposed actions on the environment. Applied Coastal provides expert analysis of waves, currents, sediment transport, and geologic deposits influencing dredging and construction activities from the continental slope to the coastal plain. Detailed analysis of existing conditions and an evaluation of the potential impacts caused by proposed actions is the foundation for all National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documents that are required for all major engineering activities in the coastal zone. Applied Coastal personnel have identified issues pertaining to proposed actions, conducted literature reviews to assist in assessing problem scope, and evaluated potential impacts of proposed actions. We rely on remote sensing and GIS technologies as a means of analyzing historical change in indicators of the condition of ecosystems and resources, and numerical modeling technology for predicting potential impacts.

Representative Clients

ENTRIX, ENSR, Department of Justice, USACE - ERDC, MMS, Town of Plymouth, Paragon Engineering, Hyannis Marina, MCZM, Town of Falmouth, Parsons Brinkerhoff, USACE, New York, USACE, Mobile District, Bourne Consulting Engineering, Inc., Town of Chatham

Coastal Change


 Hydrodynamic & Water
 Quality Modeling


 Wave & Sediment
Transport Modeling


Online Information




 Environmental Impact



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