Director of Engineering
Jack Cox, PE, D.CE, D.PE, D.NE Jack Cox is internationally recognized for his credentials in research, engineering, and design of projects involving nearshore hydrodynamics, arctic and ice processes, harbor tranquility, breakwaters, fixed and floating marine structures, dredge material disposal, shore protection, port planning, marina design, and risk analysis. He directs the planning and design of large and complex waterfront and harborworks projects around the world.
Jack is an award-winning lecturer in the topic of coastal engineering. His 45+ years of experience in the marine engineering field spans a full range, from ecologically sensitive planning through final design and construction. He provides expert witness testimony on shoreline processes, harbor and breakwater design, marinas and dockage, contaminated marine sediment dredging and capping, and nearshore recreational issues. He has authored more than fifty coastal and marina related technical publications and is an inaugural Diplomate in the Academy of Coastal, Ocean, Port and Navigation Engineers with specialties in coastal, port and navigation engineering.
Fixed & Floating Marine Structures
Arctic & Ice Processes