Our latest press, news, events and other updates.
Award nominations were based on team culture, hiring, training, customer and community service, and company communication.
Coastal Engineering staff and guests celebrated the summer with a spectacular sunset aboard the “Lobster Roll” dinner cruise ship, which brought us through the calm waters of Sesuit Harbor into the serene beauty of Cape Cod Bay.
Coastal Engineering Rhode Island office has moved to 12 Breakneck Hill Rd, Unit 103, Lincoln, RI
In 1907, the first professional engineering license was issued to Charles Bellamy in Wyoming. Since that time, licensure has expanded and professional engineers across the U.S. have made the commitment to protect the public health, safety, and welfare. To raise awareness about what it means to become a PE, we interviewed our newest Structural Engineer Gus Boyer about his career path.
A ribbon cutting ceremony officially opened the Brewster Woods housing complex on Tuesday, May 9. Guests at the event included Town of Brewster officials along with Cape and Islands State Senator Julian Cyr.
Our Coastal Engineering team was treated to some beautiful weather for the annual Michael H. Cole Golf Tournament and shot six under par with a score of 66!
Congratulations to Coastal Engineering President/CEO John Bologna, P.E. on his remarkable achievement of Life Membership in the American Society of Civil Engineers! This elevated status recognizes his life long support and dedicated service to the civil engineering profession.
Jakob says he has been interested in engineering ever since he built a 1971 Chevrolet Vega with his dad from the ground up when he was 9 years old (pictured is his 1959 Cadillac Coupe de Ville which he also worked on).
Coastal Engineering employees and their guests watched the Providence Bruins battle the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins at the Amica Mutual Pavilion in Providence, RI on Friday, April 7th