Fran Way, P.E., CFM (South Carolina) will present at the North Carolina Beach, Inlet and Waterway Association’s (NCBIWA’s) 25th Annual Conference at The Terraces on Sir Tyler in Wilmington, North Carolina, on November 4 at 1:30 p.m. EST. His presentation is titled “Holden Beach Project: 1.5 million Cubic Yard Nourishment.” ATM, a Geosyntec Company, is one of many conference sponsors.

Fran is a senior coastal engineer with ATM and has 24 years of experience in coastal, environmental, and water resources engineering. He applies his background in coastal and water resources to flood hazard risk assessments, wave and current modeling, beach nourishment, dredging and navigation studies, alternatives analyses, and shoreline stabilization projects. He provides services in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and the Caribbean.

NCBIWA preserves, protects, and enhances North Carolina’s coast, merging science and public policy to create a sustainable and resilient coast. The association works on behalf of its members by encouraging government action and funding, educating and advocating for effective federal and state policy, and facilitating environmentally sound scientific and engineering solutions for threatened beaches, inlets, and waterways.

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