Marine & Coastal
GeoWorld Engineering Group offers a full range of marine and coastal engineering services. Our professionals have worked around the globe on projects that include marinas, piers/docks, bulkhead/seawalls, breakwaters, shore protection, dredging, beach re-nourishment, inlet analysis/design, tidal and wave action studies, navigation studies, USACE permitting assistance, and hydrographic studies.
With a team-based approach to include the owner, local and environmental agencies and stakeholders, GeoWorld succeeds in combining the desired aesthetics, operational effectiveness, cost control, and creative solutions to the challenges of the marine environment and habitat.
Structural & Restoration
The structural engineering services provided by GeoWorld Engineering Group range across the broadest markets. From heavy industrial waterfront facilities such as military piers, recreational marinas, luxury resort amenities, clubhouses and harbormaster buildings, dry rack boat storage buildings, warehouses, office/retail buildings, to manufactured component design, and structural restorations for storm damaged structures, and aged historic site restorations.
Roofing & Waterproofing
The GeoWorld Team has engineered roof projects in excess of 4 million square feet total on both commercial and residential buildings of all types, in addition to countless waterproofing and coating projects - all requiring the skill and expertise required for the harsh subtropical climates of the southern United States and those in colder northern climates. Whether it’s a community of multiple buildings, a commercial building or an industrial facility, our Team brings more value to the feasibility assessment, engineering, bidding assistance, and construction administration tasks than other firms.
Project Feasibility Studies
Today’s competitive development market demands investment decisions which must be based on accurate technological and cost information. Only through a properly constructed and implemented project feasibility study can a project be realized to its potential. At GeoWorld, our highly specialized and unique feasibility study approach is offered under our trademarked name GeoWorld Project Assessment ™ (GPA™). The main goal of the GPA™ is to assess the economic viability of the proposed project to understand if it makes sense. In summary, it's to "Plan a Better Project."
GeoWorld’s combination of project development, technical engineering, architectural engineering, economic assessment, and advanced strategic analyses provides our clients with a comprehensive evaluation of their project.
The purpose of a condition assessment is to assess the condition and performance of existing structures and components to identify problematic and dysfunctional elements. Condition assessments may be performed for various reasons including preparation of restoration/repair programs, modifications, life safety and code compliance, and real estate transactions.
The GeoWorld team has built a wide portfolio of condition assessments from various types of buildings to waterfront piers/marinas and bulkheads to roadway infrastructure. Included in the GeoWorld portfolio are countless assessments of military and industrial facilities, condominium/ homeowner associations, and commercial/retail buildings.
The GeoWorld Team provides Geotechnical Engineering services for both upland facilities and marine structures. We are best known for our ability to determine and manage ground risk associated with marine project development. We have provided these services to the US Navy, developers, investors, contractors and residential owners.
The GeoWorld Team offers specialty Environmental Engineering services through a holistic approach towards sustainable and environmentally responsible solutions. Our services include Environmental Clearance Reports (ECR,) Environmental Resource Permitting (ERP), Coastal Construction Control Line Permitting (CCCL and CCSL), NPDES, Sewer Discharge, and county and municipal permits.
The GeoWorld Team has delivered over 174 projects for the United States Department of Defense with 108 of these projects being for the U.S. Navy at military installations throughout the United States and bases abroad.
Much of our military design experience has focused on recreational facilities for Commander Navy Installations Command (CNIC) for the Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) programs that directly support readiness by providing a variety of community, Soldier, and Family support activities and services.