Coastal Engineering Company, Inc. is one of the leading professional engineering firms in the region, providing civil, structural, and marine engineering services, and land surveying services to a wide range of residential, commercial, and institutional clients and governmental agencies.
Founded over 35 years ago, we have continually expanded our areas of expertise to meet the growing needs of our clients, including the ability to address environmental controls and government regulations. We have the staff and resources in house to handle every phase of a project, from design concept to construction administration.
Coastal Engineering Company's team is dedicated to providing appropriate and cost-effective solutions for the benefit of our clients and community. We look forward to providing these solutions for you, now or in the future.
FEMA FLOOD MAP INFORMATION
Is Your Property in a Flood Zone? Use links below to find your FEMA map.
1) Check FEMA Map Index to find your Map Number (e.g. 25001C0103J)
2) Using your Map Number, view your preliminary FEMA Map
FEMA FLOOD MAP RESOURCES
Q & A - what to expect when NEW maps take effect
Guide to Elevation Certificates
Rebuilding in an AE Zone
Rebuilding in a VE Zone
Legend of the Industry
President, John A. Bologna, P.E. accepts the award for the Legend of Industry 2013 from the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Massachusetts.
[click here for Awards Night video]
John has volunteered countless hours of professional expertise with the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod (HBRACC) while working as the CEO of Coastal Engineering Co., Inc. as well as Head of the Structural and Marine Engineering departments.
He took the lead in researching and producing a Cape-wide build out survey to address local and state regulations. He served on the BBRS Task Force on Hurricane Resistant Construction and was a tremendous help in educating other task force members.
He also volunteers as a CSL Continuing Education instructor and currently serves as Technical Advisor for the HBRACC.
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