Bureau of Tidelands Instruments
The State of New Jersey claims ownership of lands that are currently or formerly flowed by the tide. All tidelands are overseen by the Tidelands Resource Council, a board of twelve Governor-appointed volunteers, along with DEP staff at the Bureau of Tidelands Management.
We have extensive experience in evaluating historic Tidelands Grants and work closely with the Bureau of Tidelands to prepare, submit and secure Tidelands Instruments in areas that were or are currently flowed by the tide.
Beach Creek Marina ACT Engineers is currently working on sediment sampling, dredging program and CAFRA permitting for a 200-foot high-rise residential development at the Beach Creek Marina, North Wildwood, New Jersey. … CONTINUE »
Atlantic City Multi-Beam Bathymetric Survey ACT Engineers currently working on completing a bathymetric survey for the Atlantic City Inlet Marina Area. … CONTINUE »
Shooting Island Shoreline Restoration The Shooting Island Shoreline Restoration project results in the protection and restoration of 100+ acres of tidal wetlands on this bay island. … CONTINUE »
Brick Hydrographic Survey ACT Engineers conducted bathymetric surveying for the potential development of a Township-wide dredge permit and material reuse/handling program. … CONTINUE »
Ocean City Dredging Program ACT Engineers has partnered with Anchor QEA to develop a dredging plan to maintain the waterway, lagoons and harbors in the bay area of Ocean City. … CONTINUE »