ATM Coastal’s marina division expands with key hires

CHARLESTON, S.C. – Applied Technology & Management, Inc. hired several engineers to augment it’s coastal engineering, marina and waterfront development services in Florida, South Carolina, New England and Dubai, United Arab Emirates, the company said in a press release Tuesday.

Gus Kreuzkamp has joined ATM’s Newport, R.I., office as a senior engineer for the Coastal-Marina Division with over 15 years of coastal and marine engineering experience. He will be furthering ATM’s coastal-marina business in the Northeast and supporting projects throughout the United States and overseas.

Nick De Gennaro will be a principal engineer at ATM’s Charleston, S.C., office. His experience includes major marine/environmental construction improvement project management and large marine and transportation-related project oversight throughout the country.

Mike Giovannozzi joins ATM’s West Palm Beach, Fla., office as a senior engineer with more than seven years of coastal engineering experience. He has expertise in hydrodynamic studies, beach nourishments, physical and numerical modeling, feasibility studies, coastal and marine structures, marina planning and design and innovative shore protection structures.

Clinton Murphy will head ATM’s office in Dubai as principal in charge. He brings over 20 years of experience to ATM, specializing in the design and project management of waterfront structures and various port-related facilities.

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