ATM’s Esteban Biondi – Co-Instructor of “Working with Nature in the Americas” Short Course – 34th PIANC World Congress

ATM’s Esteban L. Biondi was one of the instructors of the pre-congress short course “Working with Nature in the Americas: Generating Ecosystem Services in the Waterborne Navigation Sector”, directed by Dr. Todd Bridges, Senior Research Scientist for Environmental Science of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). Mr. Biondi presented the WwN approach for recreational […]

ATM Included in Three Papers in PIANC World Congress

ATM is proud to share that we were included in three papers in PIANC Congress in Panama.  If you are interested in obtaining a copy of these papers, all abstracts can be downloaded either by topic or by author or you may contact Esteban Biondi at The Book of Abstracts of the 34th PIANC […]

Town of Mount Pleasant Hires ATM to Study Crab Bank Restoration Project

The Town of Mount Pleasant has engaged ATM to study the fate of dredge material placement on Crab Bank in Charleston Harbor. The relic spoil island, near the mouth of Shem Creek, has been eroding for decades to the point that only a small area of upland remains. As part of the deepening of Charleston […]

ATM & IGY Staff Participate in Santa Fe River Cleanup

ATM and IGY staff participated in their annual Inspire Giving Through You community outreach campaign on Saturday, June 9, 2018.  This is our team’s second year volunteering to help the local non-profit organization, Our Santa Fe River. We hopped in kayaks and canoes and picked up debris from the waters and shorelines, we also had […]

Folly Beach Groin Rehabilitation Construction Project Underway

The City of Folly Beach began construction of its groin rehabilitation project in March of 2018.  ATM is proud to serve as the City’s coastal engineering consultant for this project.  Our staff provided design and permitting services, assisted the City with bidding/contracting, and is also overseeing  construction.  Read more on the City’s Facebook page… Posted […]

Deal Announces $4 Million for Jekyll Island Restoration

Governor Nathan Deal announced the transfer of $4 million from the Governor’s Emergency Fund to the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency to fund critical and urgent restoration needs on Jekyll Island.  “Due to Hurricanes Matthew and Irma, there is an immediate need for the rehabilitation of the rock revetment and restoration of armament […]

BIG News! ATM Procures More Than $20M in BIG Program Grants for Our Clients

The Boating Infrastructure Grant, or “BIG” Program, if a federal grant program that provides funding for the development of transient boating infrastructure in the U.S. So far, this year, ATM has written six BIG application on behalf of clients throughout the east coast.  All six applications were selected for funding, resulting in more than $2.5M in […]