Scour and wave load analysis for proposed seawall from almost 2 miles of shoreline that experienced significant erosion during Hurricane Matthew. A hydrodynamic MIKE21 model was established to simulate tidal and storm surge flow. The model was calibrated relative to site specific current measurements obtained. A wave model was developed to simulate the wave conditions during extreme events. The scour associated with a 100-year event was determined and proper scour protection was designed. Wave loads were calculated for the proposed seawall for extreme event under varying conditions and water levels.