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In coastal engineering design, function and the environmental paradigm are two key considerations. Once these are well understood, engineering expertise and innovation are then used to optimize and reduce costs.

As Small Island Developing States, we are susceptible to the challenges presented by climate change, and the issue of sustainable environmental management practices has become an increasingly important one.

Understanding natural coastal phenomena and investigating the interactions between nature and development are crucial steps to designing in a sustainable way.

These coastal infrastructure are vital to economic development across the region. We contribute to this economic growth by supporting the new projects and expansions to existing facilities.

Identifying and quantifying environmental impacts are an important part of every project. Developing and adopting strategies that avoid, minimize, or mitgate those impacts is good for the environment and just as good for business. Regulations vary throughout the Caribbean, and our regional experience means that we

In the Caribbean, understanding hurricane risk is vital.  Developing and using the best available methods and technology to quantify that risk has always been a core competence of Smith Warner Internationa

Our subsidiary company, Coastal and Marina Development Ltd ( COMAR) builds things designed by us – the way we as engineers mean for it to be built.

Proper data collection is essential to understanding environmental conditions and to validate our processes during further analysis. These data may include : understand the process in many jurisdictions.

Recent Projects

Beach Development at Royalton Negril, Jamaica

Beach Development at Royalton Negril, Jamaica

Beach Development & Shoreline Protection Construction Data Collection & Monitoring
Royalton St. Lucia Beach Enhancement

Royalton St. Lucia Beach Enhancement

Beach Development & Shoreline Protection Construction
Shoreline Enhancement and Beach Creation at Beachlands, Barbados

Shoreline Enhancement and Beach Creation at Beachlands, Barbados

Beach Development & Shoreline Protection Coastal Processes investigation
Beach development at Baha Mar, The Bahamas

Beach development at Baha Mar, The Bahamas

Beach Development & Shoreline Protection Coastal Processes investigation
Design, EIA and construction at The Landings Marina, St. Lucia

Design, EIA and construction at The Landings Marina, St. Lucia

Construction EIA & Coastal Zone Management Marinas & Ports
Palmyra Resort Shoreline Enhancement, Jamaica

Palmyra Resort Shoreline Enhancement, Jamaica

Beach Development & Shoreline Protection Construction Data Collection & Monitoring
Environmental Baseline Study, Paradise Found, Barbuda

Environmental Baseline Study, Paradise Found, Barbuda

Data Collection & Monitoring EIA & Coastal Zone Management Flooding & Storm Water Management

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​We were at Climate ChangeUNCTAD in Barbados in December 2017 for a regional capacity building workshop on “Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation for Coastal Transport Infrastructure in the Caribbean”.

The project aims to strengthen the capacity of policy makers, transport planners and transport infrastructure managers in SIDS to:

(a) understand climate change impacts on coastal transport infrastructure – in particular seaports and airports.

(b) take appropriate adaptation response measures.

The regional workshop brought together seaports and airports authorities as well as a range of other stakeholders, development partners, organizations from the wider Caribbean region and experts. It provided an opportunity to present and discuss case-studies for Jamaica and Saint Lucia, as well as the methodology for assessing climate-related impacts and adaptation options developed under the project.

In the light of the impacts of recent hurricanes, the regional workshop was also intended to serve as an important topical forum for exchange on collaborative action amongst stakeholders in the region. ... See MoreSee Less

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A big THANK YOU to our sponsors JPS, China Harbour Engineering, NCB Jamaica, Nubian-1 Construction Limited, Barnaby Engineering & Testing Services Ltd, Smith Warner Intern...

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