Coastal Engineering Associates, Inc., (COASTAL) established in 1958, is a multi-disciplined firm providing Surveying, engineering, planning, environmental and construction management services. We have locations in Citrus and Hernando County, enabling us to provide our professional services to many areas in West-Central Florida.
COASTAL employs a full complement of multi-disciplined personnel and has a comprehensive range of professional capabilities from feasibility consulting through alternative analysis to implementation that can effectively meet individual client specifications. COASTAL has a reputation for technological competence supported by a sixty (61) year record, with thirty-three (34) of those years working Hernando County completing diversified engineering, planning, environmental and surveying projects. COASTAL currently serves as a Consultant for the Continuing Engineering Services – Water, Wastewater and Reclaimed Water Projects and Continuing Engineering Services serving as an extension of the Hernando County Department of Public Works (HCDPW) staff and resources by providing engineering services that support the development and improvement of the County’s infrastructure. COASTAL combines its talents and strengths to create innovative solutions to engineering, land use and environmental challenges. COASTAL is a client responsive organization, from concept to conclusion, providing the experienced guidance, competent administration and technical expertise vital to delivering economically justifiable, functionally and aesthetically sound projects.
COASTAL is well qualified and experienced in handling required engineering services including project administration, planning, modeling, design, permitting, environmental, surveying, construction observation and geotechnical required to complete a successful project. COASTAL’S excellent working relationship with the County, Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP), Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD), Army Corps of Engineers and the Florida Wildlife and Freshwater Fish Commission will enhance our ability to identify necessary impacts, avoid unnecessary impacts and complete comprehensive mitigation strategies to permit projects on established project schedules and budgets.