Coastal Erosion: Hurricane Dorian and Extreme Storms

Earlier this week, Category 5 Hurricane Dorian stalled over the Bahamas, causing mass destruction on the islands and threatening Florida’s East coast with intense storm surges and wind gusts.

Cummins Cederberg welcomes new Director, Danielle H. Irwin, M.Sc.

Danielle H. Irwin, M.Sc., has joined Cummins Cederberg as a Director in our new Tallahassee office. She specializes in water resource management and has extensive expertise in waterfront development, shoreline erosion prevention, coastal management, resiliency...

Coral Outplanting in Dry Tortugas National Park

Corals have declined as much as 80-90% in the U.S. and Caribbean since the 1980’s. As a coastal and marine engineering firm, we understand the importance of natural healthy shorelines and always aim to protect, preserve and enhance all-natural marine ecosystems on projects.

Women Led Dive Team

As we celebrate International Women’s Day, the Marine Science department at Cummins Cederberg recently completed a Marine Resource Survey at the U.S. Coast Guard Sector Key West performed by an all-female crew.

New faces on board at Cummins Cederberg

As we continue to grow, we would like to welcome our three newest team members to the Cummins Cederberg family, Jessica Ward, M.Sc., Rasheed Muslimani, P.E., and Jacob Rice, E.I.

Solutions to sea level rise presented to expert group

On January 17th, Jannek Cederberg presented findings in a recent study at Matheson Hammock Park titled, Seal Level Rise Flood Mitigation Roadmap and Plan, to expert park leaders from across the country.