Our latest press, news, events and other updates.
To celebrate engineering as a career, Coastal Engineering President/CEO John Bologna, P.E. wrote an article for Cape & Plymouth Business magazine.
Dr. K. David Weider, Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum Executive Director, shares the organization's plans for celebration of Mayflower Landing 400th Anniversary.
Association to Preserve Cape Cod has published an interactive online map that tracks the testing results for quality of water in local ponds.
On July 29 and 30, 2019 Coastal Engineering attended the OneCape Summit at the Wequassett Resort. Organized by Cape Cod Commission, the summit provided an opportunity for a region wide conversation on the unique intersections of Cape Cod’s environment and economy.
It's exciting to see all the progress being made on Turn, Tern, Turn sculpture, for the foundation of which we are providing structural engineering consultations and design drawings.
In the cover story of Cape & Plymouth Business July 2019 issue, Coastal Engineering Project Manager Don Munroe shares his expertise on environmental permitting requirements for shellfish farming on Cape Cod.
With discarded gypsum drywall being a major source of waste from buildings (it accounts for 10 million tons of landfill waste in the U.S. each year), it’s exciting that new drywall recycling alternatives are being developed.
Congratulations to the Women's Institute for Housing & Economic Development (Terrapin Ridge, Sandwich) and Commonwealth Community Developers (Residences at Yarmouth Gardens) who received funding under the 2019 Affordable Rental Housing Awards.
At Brewster Conservation Day last Saturday, Coastal Engineering Company's Registered Sanitarian John Schnaible demonstrated how septic systems work and explained how to keep them functioning properly.