Redevelopment of the Tavares Seaplane Base and Marina

ATM currently has several waterfront projects under construction including the redevelopment of a municipal seaplane base and marina located on Lake Dora in Tavares, FL. The only floating dockage of its kind along the eastern U.S. seaboard specifically dedicated to seaplanes (seaplanes require different design considerations than boats), ATM performed waterfront facility planning, wind/wave/surge estimates, […]

Holiday Giving

  Each year, the staff at ATM and its parent company IGY Marinas, share gifts, both at holiday times and throughout the year. This holiday season, ATM’s Charleston, SC, office sponsored eight children ranging in ages from 7 months to 12 years through the Salvation Army Angel Tree Program ( The ATM West Palm Beach […]

Yacht Haven Grande Marina Receives Prestigious PIANC Award

Congratulations to the IGY Marinas and ATM Team’s receipt of the 2020 PIANC Marina Excellence Design “Jack Nichol” Award for Yacht Haven Grande Marina in St. Thomas, USVI. This prestigious award recognizes excellence in the design of modern recreational boating facilities around the world. Located next to the cruise terminals in St. Thomas Harbor, the […]

overhead photo of alternative to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) proposed perimeter flood wall project around Charleston, SC by Applied Technology & Management, Biohabitats, Designworks, and ONE Architecture

ATM “Imagines the Wall”

ATM recently teamed up with Biohabitats, Designworks, and ONE Architecture to create Imagine the Wall, an alternative to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) proposed perimeter flood wall project around Charleston, SC. It is our effort to provide a constructive response to the USACE plan and present a vision of how perimeter protection from climate […]

End Result photos of Applied Technology & Management's work on Fore Points Marina in Portland, ME

Fore Points Marina – From Concept to Reality

Initially commissioned by the developer of a historic waterfront parcel in Portland, ME in 2016 to conduct a comprehensive marina redevelopment feasibility analysis, ATM recently completed construction administration of phase 2 improvements. Kirby Marshall explains the redevelopment process, grants obtained and new improvements in a June 2020 Marina Dock Age article here:

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ATM Advocates Sustainable Marina Planning

The current issue of Marina Dock Age (MDA) focuses on the topic of working with nature. In the article “PIANC and Corps Advocate for Sustainable Marina Planning,” ATM’s associate principal, Esteban Biondi, explains how the working with nature concept can be employed in the marina planning process, shares case studies and discusses comprehensive sustainability trends. […]

Before Photo of Sanford Municipal Marina Seawall Project

Sanford Municipal Marina Seawall

Assisting local governments on waterfront projects is a priority for ATM’s senior professional engineer, Pete Peterson, PE. As a consultant to Wharton-Smith Construction Group, Pete is providing design expertise to the City of Sanford, FL to replace the 60-year old wooden seawall that protects the municipal marina. A robust, concrete vertical wave wall will replace […]

ATM Presenting at FFMA Annual Conference

The Florida Floodplain Managers Association’s (FFMA’s) 2020 Annual Conference is being conducted virtually today (4/7/20) through Thursday (4/9/20). It is not too late to register! ATM’s water resources team presents at 1 PM on Thursday on storm surge modeling in estuarine tributaries. More information is available here:

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Rob Semmes Published in Marina Dock Age April 2020 Issue

Upon extensive remediation following Hurricane Matthew in 2016, the Fernandina Beach Municipal Marina reopened for business in January 2020 upon completion of phase one improvements. In an article in the Marina Dock Age April 2020 issue, Rob Semmes, ATM Senior Marina Specialist and consultant to Fernandina Beach for the last 20+ years, delves into the […]

Join ATM at the UF Water Institute Symposium

At the Reitz Union on the UF campus in Gainesville, FL, today and tomorrow (2/25/20 and 2/26/20), Jeffrey King, PhD, PE, Steve Peene, PhD and Sangdon So, PhD, are attending and presenting at the symposium. Jeffrey presents this afternoon as part of Session 17, Sources, Impacts and Management of Water Quality Degradation. Steve and Sangdon […]