All posts tagged: cumminscederberg

A University of Florida GATOR100 Company

The Gator100 Award recognizes successful Gator owned business owners and entrepreneurs and ranks the 100 fastest-growing Gator businesses in the world. The University of Florida is the alma mater of our co-founder, Jason Cummins, and the source of some of our most talented team members. We are proud to be recognized as a GATOR100 top business this year, GO GATORS!

Historic Repairs completed at the iconic Vizcaya Stone Barge

Since its construction over a hundred years ago, the Vizcaya Barge has protected the historic estate of James Deering, previously known as Villa Vizcaya, from countless storms acting as a breakwater. It is a concrete representation of a ship, designed to greet visitors arriving to the estate by boat from Biscayne Bay. The Barge was originally adorned with shrubbery, fountains, and lighting. It was an area Deering used to host parties, with gondolas to ferry guests between the shore steps and the marine structure.

Coral donation from jetty repair helps local university produce over 800 fragments

In March 2021, the Cummins Cederberg marine science team provided environmental support services associated with the South Jetty Rehabilitation project at Port Everglades. J.E. McAmis led and completed the jetty repairs, which included substantial moving and manipulation of both new and existing stones to obtain the required interlocking within the appropriate tolerances. The jetty is in a dynamic marine environment, where experts in coral relocation were needed.

Florida Flood Awareness Week: March 8-14

Did you know that one inch of flood water can cost up to $25,000 in property damages? Florida Flood Awareness Week encourages property owners to learn their level of risk using free tools that can be accessed online at

Getting to know Cummins Cederberg: Anne Laird

Anne Laird is a Senior Project Manager and Marine Scientist responsible for conducting marine environmental surveys, crafting detailed responses for technical reports, leading and participating in field surveys, and managing mitigation projects such as coral relocations or seagrass planting.

2020 in review: Letter from our Principals

A historic and challenging year is drawing to a close and while we look forward to 2021 and plan for the future, we also want to take the time to highlight the positives of 2020.

Sea Turtle Nesting Season Underway in Florida

From adopting a nest at Bill Baggs State Park, to designing and permitting our beach projects with Sea Turtle Construction Conditions in mind, Cummins Cederberg is committed to protecting sea turtles for future generations.

Construction underway at Dinner Key Marina

Construction is underway on the repairs to the eminent Dinner Key Marina. Fronting Biscayne Bay in historic Coconut Grove, the Dinner Key Marina is one of the largest wet slip marinas in Florida, as well as the eastern U.S.

Guidelines for Seawall Maintenance

With proper planning, routine inspections, proactive maintenance, and thoughtful design, a seawall owner can maintain shoreline stabilization and protection for their property now and into the future.

Getting to know Cummins Cederberg: Jon Cunningham

Jon Cunningham is a Project Engineer responsible for performing structural design, above and below water condition inspections, project planning and construction assistance for our projects involving coastal and marine structures.