Civil

  Town of Brookhaven, Landing Road - Coastal Resiliency Improvements

Coastal and Waterway

Town of Hempstead, Bay Park, NY, Grand Canal Bulkhead Rehabilitation

Town of Hempstead, Bay Park, NY, Grand Canal Bulkhead Rehabilitation

D&B applies its technical expertise in civil, structural, marine, shoreline, mechanical and electrical disciplines on coastal and waterway projects, for both municipalities and private facilities.

Our highly experienced Coastal and Waterway Engineering Group provides planning, design, permitting, and construction management of waterfront/shoreline rehabilitation and new infrastructure improvement projects including:

  • Bulkheads
  • Marinas
  • Groins
  • Piers
  • Jetties
  • Wharves
  • Erosion control/repair
  • Dry docks
  • Fuel docks
  • Platforms
  • Recreation projects

We have completed FEMA emergency and shoreline hardening projects for municipalities within the tri-state area. Recent experience includes engineering design and construction inspection of facilities damaged as a result of the impacts of Superstorm Sandy.

Services:

  • Coastal resiliency and hardening design
  • Bulkhead and revetment design
  • Living shoreline design
  • Dredging design and permitting
  • Marina development, waterfront infrastructure planning and design
  • Subaqueous piping and facility design
  • Canal flushing systems
  • Vulnerability assessments
  • Environmental permitting
  • Coastal wetland restoration
  • Road and facility raising design
  • Beach replenishment
  • Ecosystem and habitat restoration
  • Emergency task management
  • Disaster/storm solutions
  • Construction management and inspection
Coastal and Waterway Contact:

John Schreck, P.E.
(516) 364-9890, ext. 3414
JSchreck@db-eng.com

Robert J. DeGiorgio, P.E., CPESC
(914) 467-5300, ext. 16
RDeGiorgio@db-eng.com

Coastal and Waterway Project Profiles:

Town of Hempstead Department of Engineering Grand Canal Bulkhead Rehabilitation

City of Long Beach Department of Public Works, Flood Protection Infrastructure along the Northern Waterfront