CSE has extensive experience with International projects (Caribbean, Middle East, Malaysia, Africa), giving our firm a global perspective on coastal erosion and the site-specific factors operating at a range of scales. In all cases, CSE strives to prepare shoreline restoration or protection designs that work with nature and are practical. We bring a common-sense approach to projects based on sensitivity to the cultural and environmental heritage of each country.
CSE professionals have served on design and environmental impact assessment teams for numerous projects in Kuwait and other Middle East countries. Projects include consultant to Sasaki Associates in connection with planning and design the 20-km Kuwait Waterfront (KWF). Other Middle East coastal engineering design assistance by CSE includes:
- Chalets at Dubaiyeh (Kuwait) – conceptual plan for a lagoon/marina/entrance channel (1986)
- KWF Phase V Redesign (1989)
- Al Bahhar (Kuwait) – design competition – coastal engineering and environmental consultant (1995–1997)
- Fahaheel Waterfront Project (Kuwait) – design competition – coastal engineering consultant (1998)
- Salala (Oman) – small craft harbor – coastal erosion consultant (2000)
- Al–Khiran Pearl City (Kuwait) – Environmental impact assessment and environmental monitoring consultant (1998–2005)