Since 1970, Pare Corporation has successfully completed more than 350 marine and waterfront-related engineering projects throughout the Northeast—along the East Coast from Maine to Virginia and inland as far as Michigan. These projects have ranged from facility inspection and evaluation programs to large planning and design efforts for multi-use port and terminal facilities. The firm’s extensive experience with coastal environmental regulations and permitting requirements enhances the probability of a project’s success.
In a region that thrives economically from coastline businesses and international trade, it’s imperative that resilient design measures be taken to better ensure continuity of waterfront facilities during and after severe storm events and in preparation for rising sea levels. Pare’s team of experienced waterfront engineers understand the effects that storms and climate change can have upon our buildings, infrastructure, and economy, and we facilitate resiliency discussions in the initial stages of a project.