Shannon Cunniff, Douglas Janiec, Cptn. Alek Modjeski, and Jennifer Mattei, Ph.D., 2020. “Tips for a superior coastal natural infrastructure project”, Shore & Beach, 88(4), 51-52
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Tips for a superior coastal natural infrastructure project
Shannon Cunniff(1), Douglas Janiec(2), Cptn. Alek Modjeski(3), and Jennifer Mattei, Ph.D.(4)
1) Chair, ASBPA Best Restored Shores Committee; 11940 Palba Way #5102, Fort Myers, FL 33912
2) Sovereign Consulting Inc., 50 West Welsh Pool Road, Suite 6, Exton, PA 19341
3) American Littoral Society 18 Hartshorne Drive, Suite 1, Highlands, NJ 07732
4) Sacred Heart University, 5151 Park Avenue, Fairfield, CT 06825
ASBPA announced the winners of the 2020 Best Restored Shores (BRS) award on 14 September 2020. This award has three goals: First, to boost recognition of the importance of shoreline restoration for building coastal resilience to climate change; second, to acknowledge the teams that put the hard work necessary to complete a project that delivers; and, third, to advance others’ capabilities and success. In this article, winners of the BRS award and the BRS Award Committee share their thoughts based on their project experience. Follow this advice and you too can implement a great coastal natural infrastructure solution and, perhaps, find your team on the receiving end of this award.