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September 2014

This month we're highlighting Stillhouse Cove, a previous previous NETCO project in Cranston, Rhode Island. This was the first of two projects that NETCO completed for Save the Bay, an organization which is devoted to preserving the natural beauty and environmental habitat of Narragansett Bay.  We look forward to working with Save the Bay on future projects.  


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Helping to Save the Bay - Stillhouse Cove

Stillhouse Cove, a small, picturesque, waterfront park in the Edgewood neighborhood of Cranston, RI, suffered significant erosion during the Superstorm Sandy. Bordered by a salt marsh, the park is exposed to the east, where storm-generated waves crash against a steep bank.  During Sandy, the bank eroded and threatened the loss of the park. 


 After years of collaboration on restoring the Stillhouse Cove salt marsh, the Edgewood Waterfront Preservation Association (EWPA) and Save The Bay worked together on this innovative erosion control project to address the bank erosion. 


NETCO teamed up with Contemporary Landscaping, a local contractor to complete the work. The bank was carved back to create a gentle slope that will dissipate future wave energy and NETCO coir envelopes, were installed to protect the slope from future storms. Click to read more.

Contact us for further information or consultation. 

781-863-6270 or info@netcomanage.com

Beach Notes

"Preparedness, Adaption and Resiliency: Coping with Climate Change in the Coastal Zone" - John F. Shea, Article specific to legislative, MDEP, FEMA, Repairs to Coastal Infrastructure in Massachusetts -  Click Here to Read More


"Lessons from Venice - Climate Change, It's About Science and Money" -  Click Here to Read More


"Massachusetts - $3 million in State Money Available to Fight Coastal Effects of Climate Change" -  Applications Due Oct. 10, 2014 - Click Here to Read More 


"Unique Wave Wind Basin Under Construction in Maine" -  Click Here to Read More

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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



David C. Lager


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