Our latest press, news, events and other updates.
Recent Eastham, Orleans, Harwich, and Brewster Town Meetings have moved forward several important housing initiatives.
The artificial reef, built about two miles south of the entrance to Saquatucket Harbor by reusing the demolished Harwich High School concrete rubble, is continuing to team with marine life.
The approval follows Ryder’s Cove marine facility conceptual study performed by Coastal Engineering under a contract with the Town of Chatham.
Funding awarded by Mass. Cultural Council will go toward design and construction of a funicular which will carry visitors up the hill from Bradford Street.
The clean-up is a part of Town of Dennis Adopt-A-Beach program, designed to help keep our beautiful beaches clean and safe.
Back-to-back charitable events continue with Michael H. Cole Golf Tournament. Coastal Engineering Co. team shot three under par with a score of 68!
Many thanks to our runners for supporting The National Marine Life Center via the Feet, Fins, & Flippers 5K!
Coastal Engineering employees enjoyed a lunchtime cookout this past Thursday.
The spring is officially here! We had lots of fun last weekend volunteering at the Brewster in Bloom celebration organized by the Brewster Chamber of Commerce.