Our latest press, news, events and other updates.
Twenty years ago on Feb. 10, 1998, a major blaze gutted Whaler's Wharf, a 1919-built Provincetown's first cinema converted into a premier shopping destination.
Join the Boston Society of Civil Engineers Younger Member Group for a screening of the Dream Big IMAX Film at the Boston Museum of Science on Saturday, February 24, 1:00 - 4:30 PM, followed by a networking social at the Cheesecake Factory.
On Saturday, January 27, Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum (PMPM) and the Town of Provincetown co-sponsored a public forum on the proposed Bradford Street Access Project/Pilgrim Monument Funicular.
Coastal Engineering just released the first documentary in the upcoming series of short films diving deep into the creative process behind some of our most interesting recent projects.
Wishing our long-time wastewater treatment plant operator Sean McCahill a happy retirement.
This report compares impact observed by our engineers in Brewster and Provincetown after January 4, 2018 storm.
Massachusetts municipalities can now receive a designation as a Housing Choice Community, which gives preferential access to Commonwealth grant programs as well as a new grant program open only to Housing Choice Communities.
On Monday, December 18, 2017, Coastal Engineering CEO John Bologna joined Lt. Governor Polito, Marshfield Town Administrator Maresco, Senator O’Connor, Representative Cantwell, and Harbormaster DiMeo at the official groundbreaking of the Marshfield Maritime Center.
An all-local development team is moving deliberately toward a long-needed solution to a century-old problem — the disconnection between the historic Pilgrim Monument and the bustling life of downtown Provincetown.