Posted on April 26, 2023
Pictured, is completed area of the Caminada Headland Back Barrier Marsh Creation project for the Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority. This project created 875 acres of marsh on the inland side of Fourchon Beach, Louisiana between Port Fourchon and Grand Isle which helps to reinforce Louisiana barrier islands and protect against coastal erosion. (Photo: Patrick M. Quigley)
Our business is focused on ensuring that our nation’s waterways are open, our shorelines are protected, and potential risks associated with storms and sea change are mitigated.
The coastal protection projects we perform for our clients, reestablish endangered natural habitats, rebuild environmentally significant barrier islands, and restore areas eroded by both natural disasters and the effects of the ebbs and flows of tides and ordinary weather patterns.