Beach Project Permits

Coastal Systems International, Inc. has extensive experience in obtaining Joint Coastal Permits (JCP) from the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). This consolidated process facilitates state and federal approval for projects which require a combination of permits including coastal construction, environmental resource and wetland resource permits, and sovereign submerged land authorizations.

JCP applications are submitted to the DEP Office of Beaches and Coastal Systems for review of engineering feasibility and potential environmental impacts of projects proposed below the mean high water line in the coastal zone.

Coastal Systems' project managers work closely with local governments, coastal engineers, and DEP staff to identify and resolve areas of concern so as to efficiently secure permits for a variety of structures and activities including: Coastal Systems' key to success in obtaining JCP approval for large-scale coastal projects includes a winning combination of a knowledgeable staff with a wide range of expertise, long-running relationships with regulatory agencies, and a commitment to produce environmentally sound projects that enhance valuable coastal areas.

  • Dredging and Maintenance of Inlets and Navigational Channels
  • Beach Restoration and Renourishment
  • Construction of Beach Erosion Control Structures such as Groins and Breakwaters

Coastal Systems' key to success in obtaining JCP approval for large-scale coastal projects includes a winning combination of a knowledgeable staff with a wide range of expertise, long-running relationships with regulatory agencies, and a commitment to produce environmentally sound projects that enhance valuable coastal areas.

Creating Environments

We constructed a complete offshore mooring system for Royal Caribbean in Labadee, Haiti.