Caminada Headland Restoration

Client: Louisiana Department of Natural Resources

Date: 2010 – Ongoing

The Caminada Headlands shoreline has experienced some of the most rapid erosion  in the country.

The Caminada Headland Beach and Dune Restoration

Tags: Coastal, Ecosystem Restoration

Hideaway Beach Erosion Control Project

Client: City of Marco Island

Date: 2010 – 2013

Hideaway Beach is part of a dynamic morphologic area that has experienced drastic changes in recent decades. The interaction of riverine flows, tidal fluctuations, spit migration, and barrier island deterioration have increased the

Tags: Coastal, Environmental, Survey

FEMA Flood Zone Mapping

Client: Various

Date: 2010 – Ongoing

Coastal Magnet has provided professional services to a number of clients for flood zone remapping. Coastal Magnet was responsible for preparation, submittal, and support of an application to the Federal Emergency Management Agency

Tags: Survey

The Quarry Waterfront Amenities

Client: Pulte

Date: 2005 – Ongoing

Since 2005, Coastal Magnet has provided the developer with professional engineering, permitting and surveying services for the development of the waterfront amenities at the lakefront community, The Quarry in Naples, FL. These amenities include residential floating dock

Tags: Waterfront Design

Scofield Island Habitat Restoration

Client: Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority

Date: 2011 – Ongoing

A first in our nation’s history, the Scofield Island Restoration Project utilized sand dredged from the Mississippi River to restore the geomorphic and ecological form and function of this critical barrier island

Tags: Coastal, Ecosystem Restoration

South Marco Beach & Structure Restoration

Client: Collier County Coastal Zone Management

Date: 2010 –2013

Coastal Magnet led the integrated consulting team to provide comprehensive services for the conceptual plan, design, permitting, bidding, and construction management of the third major renourishment cycle for South Marco Island.

Tags: Coastal

Blind Pass Ecosystem Restoration

Client: Lee County Division of Natural Resources

Date: 2008 – Ongoing

Coastal Magnet is providing comprehensive construction administration, environmental, and monitoring services for the Blind Pass Restoration Project. Approximately 150,000 cubic yards of material were removed in the initial maintenance

Tags: Coastal, Ecosystem Restoration