Michael Krecic’s professional experience has focused on coastal engineering, coastal processes, hydraulics, hydrology, circulation and mixing, statistics, and computer modeling. His project experience includes design of coastal structures (revetments, breakwaters, and seawalls) and construction for urban waterfronts, marinas, and other projects; storm impact analyses for coastal development; beach nourishment for natural and manmade (pocket) beaches; shoreline management and feasibility studies; wave hindcast studies for open and interior water bodies; boat/ship wake and surge; bridge hydraulic studies, and water quality studies for outfall discharges. Michael has worked on coastal projects in the southeast and northeast US and internationally. Michael has primarily served local and municipal, state, and federal government clients. He has managed coastal engineering projects ranging from $5,000 to $13 million.
Michael Krecic, PE
Senior Coastal Engineer
MS, Coastal and Oceanographic Engineering, University of Florida, 1995
BS, Mathematics/Applied Physics, Marietta College, 1993
Professional Engineer (FL, MS, LA, NY, PR, TX)