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Building a Resilient NYC Coastline WEDG

A Resilient NYC Coastline + WEDG

It takes teamwork to bring positive changes to New York City‘s 700+ miles of coastline. Dedicated individuals and organizations like the Waterfront Alliance, are working alongside maritime leaders and groups (many of whom attended and were honored at last night’s Heroes of the Harbor) to make the water’s edge a shared, resilient and accessible resource for all.

Currently, more than 1 million people in the region are vulnerable to flooding. To prepare for the reality of sea-level rise and the next big storm, McLaren has been working with our clients to implement resiliency and access at the water’s edge through living shoreline development, flood plain management and stabilization, riprap revetment and life cycle surveying.

WEDG Projects

McLaren has worked on serveral WEDG certified projects including: