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.
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