Stantec experts present on at FSBPA in Sarasota!

January 24, 2019

Coastal engineering to help communities manage risk and improve resiliency

We have proven experience in providing our clients with coastal engineering, environmental, and permitting services for coastal infrastructure and ecological restoration projects. The ability to innovate and design within permitted projects areas, while also being sure to attain timely regulatory approvals, is an essential piece to the completion of projects, and one in which we have demonstrated significant ability through a wide range of projects.

On Thursday, February 6, some of Stantec’s Coastal Restoration team will discuss their experiences and demonstrate their expertise during the following presentations at the 2020 Florida Shore and Beach Preservation Conference.

Conference presentations and schedule

Indian River County’s Beach Preservation Plan Update and Beach Conditions Analysis
Session B / 9:00 am / Matthew Starr, P.G. and Jeff Tabar, P.E

Hydrodynamic Modeling for Living Shoreline Design - Queens, NY
Session F / 1:15 pm / Todd DeMunda, P.E. and Jeff Tabar, P.E.

Wave Analysis for Broward County Convention Center Expansion
Session F / 1:55 pm / Aaron Chen, P.E., and Jeff Tabar, P.E

Indian River County Beach Template Design and Vulnerability Analysis Using SBEACH
Session F / 2:35 pm / Paul Carroll, P.E. and Jeff Tabar, P.E.

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