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Coastal Engineering Company of Orleans Cape Cod


Our latest press, news, events and other updates.

Coastal Engineering Sponsors Dennisport Village Green Concert

Crocodile Tears brought locals and visitors together to enjoy music, dancing, and family fun.

Coastal Engineering Hosts an Interactive Exhibit at Brewster Conservation Day

Our Registered Sanitarian John Schnaible educated Brewster Conservation Day attendees about the role septic systems play in keeping our waters clean.

At Home on Cape Cod Magazine features Coastal Engineering's Flood Mitigation Article

Sean Riley, PE, CFM explains the impact of flood code updates on property owners and suggests several ways to mitigate insurance costs.

Harwich Sewer Connection Presentation Now Open for Registration

Coastal Engineering will hold two free information sessions at Harwich Community Center to assist East Harwich property owners with planning their upcoming sewer connection.

Lower Cape Town Meetings Approve Articles Promoting Affordable Housing

Recent Eastham, Orleans, Harwich, and Brewster Town Meetings have moved forward several important housing initiatives.

Artificial Reef Brings Marine Life to Nantucket Sound

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.

Chatham Selectmen Back Plans for Improvements at Ryder's Cove

The approval follows Ryder’s Cove marine facility conceptual study performed by Coastal Engineering under a contract with the Town of Chatham.

Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum Receives $200,000 Grant for Bradford Access Project

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.

Coastal Engineering Volunteers Clean Up Glendon Beach in Dennis

The clean-up is a part of Town of Dennis Adopt-A-Beach program, designed to help keep our beautiful beaches clean and safe.