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 […]

“Lagoon Marina Meets Growing Berth Demand in Ras Al Khaimah” written by ATM’s Dave Canfield, PE, Featured in Marina World

“Lagoon Marina Meets Growing Berth Demand in Ras Al Khaimah” written by ATM’s Dave Canfield, PE, Director of ATM’s Dubai office, was featured in the January/February 2018 issue of Marina World. “For over 20 years, ATM’s marina services have encompassed market studies, marina planning, economic feasibility and business plans, coastal engineering modelling, marina design and […]

418-Acre Waterfront Redevelopment on the Raritan River Would Transform Brownfield

A real estate company on Monday said it plans to build what it believes is the largest mixed-used development site in New Jersey history in the borough.  North American Properties, which described itself as a multi-regional real estate operating and development company, said it plans to build the 418-acre waterfront redevelopment on the Raritan River for $2.5 billion. The project, which […]

South Florida’s Beaches Getting a Sand Boost, But it’s Only Temporary

The thin sliver of sand on the southern end of Hollywood beach is getting wider by the day.  By Feb. 13, that 1-mile section of beach will be 50 feet wider and 2 feet higher than it was before the sand trucks came.  The battle against sand erosion never ends, experts say, and coastal cities across […]

ATM’s Charleston Office Spreading the Joy of the Holiday Season!

ATM’s Charleston office adopted 10 Christmas Angels through the Salvation Army Angel Tree Program.  Each employee shopped especially for their individual Angel, and as you can see below, everyone made sure their Angel would have an exciting Christmas morning.  Our staff in Charleston said they felt like this was a way they could contribute and […]

ATM’s Esteban Biondi – Chairman of the Recreational Navigation Commission of PIANC

Mr. Biondi serves as a member of the International Scientific Committee of PIANC World Congress, Panama 2018 https://www.linkedin.com/embed/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6339507390152613888 An enriching program is being prepared with topics such as Advances in Navigation Locks Design After the Panama Canal Expansion, Effective Planning, and Execution of Dredging Projects, Integrating Ports and Economic Special Zones, Ports of the Future: […]

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