August J. Kreuzkamp, M.Eng., P.E.
Mr. Kreuzkamp has worked in the field of coastal engineering and waterfront construction since 1992. He has inspected, designed and overseen the construction of a diversity of coastal, waterfront and harbor structures including commercial and residential bulkheads, seawalls, breakwaters, groins, piers, revetments, relieving platforms, marina facilities and port facility structures.
In addition to construction-related services, Mr. Kreuzkamp has prepared littoral processes studies; provided property condition assessments, successfully challenged the flood rating for waterfront properties with FEMA and has extensive experience filing for permits on behalf of clients with Federal, State and local government agencies.
A variety of clientele have benefited from Mr. Kreuzkamp’s experience including waterfront property owners, marinas, yacht clubs, municipalities, waterfront associations, engineers, surveyors, marine contractors, attorneys, architects, developers and realtors.
Pilot Program to Quantify Shoreline Changes
in Lee County with R.G. Dean, University of
Florida, Gainesville, Florida, February 1997.
Analysis of Conventional Aerial Photography
to Determine Shoreline Position, Master
Thesis, University of Florida, Gainesville,
Florida, May 1997.
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
- Facility Condition Assessments (above and underwater)
- Shoreline Stabilization
- Rehabilitation of waterfront structures
- Waterfront and Port structural design
- Marina planning and design
- FEMA Flood Map Revisions
- Dredge Planning
- Regulatory Permitting
University of Florida, Master of Engineering,
Coastal & Oceanographic Engineering, 1997
Roger Williams College, Bachelor of Science,
Civil Engineering, 1992
Rhode Island, No. 7949
Massachusetts, No. 45573
Connecticut, No. 21425
New York, No. 081837
American Society of Civil Engineers
~ Coasts, Oceans, Ports and Rivers Institute
National Society of Professional Engineers
Rhode Island Marine Trades Association
Association of Coastal Engineers