• “A Study and Report of the Waterfront Structures at the Charleston Naval Complex for the Redevelopment Authority”. This very comprehensive study included inspection, condition assessment, and cost of ownership of all 41 piers, quays, and quay walls, and five large dry docks at the former Charleston Naval Base.
  • “An Evaluation and Study of the Historic Seawalls of Peninsular Charleston, South Carolina”. This very comprehensive study included condition assessment, historic research, detailed condition investigation, engineering analysis, and repair recommendations for historic High Battery Seawall, the Low Battery Seawall, and the historic tabby concrete seawall surrounding Colonial Lake.
  • Subsequent design for the removal and replacement of a section of the Battery Seawall located at the intersection of East Battery and Murray Boulevard. The section is known as the “Turn of the Battery”, Charleston, South Carolina.
  • The study (1,000 pages of calculations) of the structural capacity of Piers Mike, Romeo, November, Quebec, Papa, and Zulu, at the Charleston Naval Station.
  • The inspection and design of repairs to Hurricane Hugo damaged Piers Yankee, Victor, Whiskey, X-ray, November, Tango, Uniform, and Kilo, at the Charleston Naval Station.
  • A study including above and underwater inspection of the quay at the Mine craft Base at the Former Charleston Naval Station for modifications to incorporate a travel hoist slip.
  • The design of the new pier Bravo replacing the Hurricane Hugo destroyed pier at the Charleston Naval Station.
  • The design of the Fuel Pier Extension, Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort, South Carolina.
  • Underwater inspection and report on several large marine terminal piers, Charleston, South Carolina.
  • Design of repairs and modifications to the Underwater Degaussing range at Pier Yankee, at the Charleston Naval Station.
  • Report on the underwater and above water inspection of the pier conditions for the U.S.S. Yorktown, Patriot’s Point, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.
  • Subsequent design of the repairs to the U.S.S. Yorktown pier, Patriots Point, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.
  • Report on the underwater and above water inspection of the floating dock conditions for the College of Charleston Sailing Center, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.
  • Subsequent design of the removal and replacement of the floating docks for the College of Charleston Sailing Center, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.