EIA & Conceptual Design- Albany Marina Development, The Bahamas
The developers were committed to providing an environmentally responsible development, and were interested in defining any potential short and long-term environmental impacts associated with the construction of, and access to the marina.
As part of the overall Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), Smith Warner International Ltd. (SWIL) was commissioned to undertake a coastal environmental impact assessment of the proposed marine works linked with the anticipated development and to formulate the conceptual design for the marina entrance channel.
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The study was carried out in a joint venture with other environmental scientists and engineers participating in the preparation of the general EIA.