A New Chapter for Coast & Harbor Engineering

Coast & Harbor Engineering is pleased to announce we are joining forces with Hatch Mott MacDonald (HMM), one of the fastest-growing diversified engineering firms in North America. With roots that date back more than 100 years, HMM is an award winning engineering firm that has earned a reputation for technical excellence, innovation, and client responsiveness. HMM has a track record of major accomplishments in transportation, tunnels, water supply, wastewater, environment, pipelines, buildings, utilities, and ports. HMM has 2,700 staff in North America and a network of 72 offices. HMM also draws on the 25,000 staff members and worldwide resources of its parent companies, Hatch (Canada) and Mott MacDonald (UK).

Hugo Bermudez, Principal Coastal Engineer of Coast & Harbor Engineering said, “We are excited by the opportunity to join one of the fastest growing and most innovative engineering companies in North America. At a time when ports and coastal infrastructure are increasingly multimodal, access to the broad based resources of HMM will make it possible for us to compete for larger and more complex projects than ever before. Or current clients should also be pleased with the greater range of expertise we can bring to bear on their challenges.”

Nick DeNichilo, President and CEO of Hatch Mott MacDonald said, “The impact of Hurricane Sandy, as well as other natural events, has underscored the importance of coastal restoration and enhancing the resiliency of infrastructure at a time when the impact of weather is more and more severe and unpredictable. We are delighted to welcome Coast & Harbor to the HMM family as part of our rapidly growing Coastal Engineering and Ports practice.”

Please contact us if you have any questions about our new relationship with Hatch Mott MacDonald. We look forward to beginning this new chapter together.