Logo
  Twitter   Facebook   Linkedin   Youtube
 
January 2015
 
Happy New Year!  There's lots going on at NETCO these days with continued progress on the coastal staircase in Truro, a coir envelope project in Sandwich, and heavy duty sand drift fencing is being installed in Brewster.  Our Nantucket crew is busy planting beach grass on bluffs at two private residences. The crew is all bundled up and we hope you are too!
 
NETCO's Project Management Division is at work on a seawall construction project in Oak Bluffs, the renovation of the Essex Town Hall, and several school projects through the MSBA Accelerated Repair program.

We do our best to make our newsletter enjoyable and informative.  Please let us know if you have any suggestions for us- we welcome your input.
We Work In Winter!
We Work in Winter
Neither Snow Nor Rain...
This past week we have received several calls asking if we work in the cold weather. The answer is an unequivocal YES! The winter is our busiest time of the year. It is the nor'easter storm season, and is the time when coastal properties most need protection from storm tides, storm surges and winter waves. For example this past Thursday, Jan. 9, 2015 the temperature at 7:00 am was 0 degrees F....

Read More
Beach Notes
blue, The Inn on the Beach, completed The 2015 ocean plan released January 6, 2015 contains the following updates to the original plan: Science and Data Offshore Wind Project Transmission Offshore Sand for Beach Nourishment Ocean Development Mitigation Fee. Read More 
Green Oak Posts
Read about grants to support local efforts to reduce or eliminate risks associated with coastal storms, erosion, and sea level rise through natural and nonstructural approaches, called green infrastructure. Read More 
The Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management (CZM) StormSmart Coasts program provides information, strategies, and tools to help communities and people working and living on the coast to address the challenges of erosion, flooding, storms, sea level rise, and other climate change impacts. Read More 
Beach grass planting- after sand accretion In 2014, the Massachusetts Legislature established a Coastal Erosion Commission to investigate and document the levels and impacts of coastal erosion in the Commonwealth and to develop strategies and recommendations to reduce, minimize, or eliminate the magnitude and frequency of coastal erosion and its adverse impacts on property... Read More 
Don't Miss Out!  View Past Newsletters
Services
Contact Information
  • Coir log and coir envelope construction
  • Coastal bank, shoreline and dune stabilization
  • Inland waterway erosion control
  • Construction site erosion control
  • Sand drift fencing
  • Beach nourishment
  • Vegetated buffers and coastal bank vegetation
  • Rock gabion construction (wire & HDPE gabions)
  • Boardwalks, dune crossovers, walkway construction
  • Wetland/salt marsh restoration
  • Infrastructure protection



21 Worthen Road
Lexington, MA 02421

781-863-6270 phone
781-274-0569 fax



Regards,

 

David C. Lager

dlager@netcomanage.com





� 2014 NETCO Construction Project Managers, Inc.