Philip “Phil” Dompe’s professional expertise has been focused on hydrodynamic modeling and coastal engineering. His expertise includes one- and two-dimensional modeling of oceans, bays, inlets, manmade waterways, and other tidally-influenced water bodies to address water quality, circulation, and sediment transport issues. Phil’s modeling experience includes application of SWAN+ADCIRC, WAM, RMA2/RMA4, UNET, HEC-RAS and other spreadsheet-based techniques. In addition, he played an instrumental role in the development of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Guide Specifications for Bridges Vulnerable to Waves Forces — guidance applied to bridges, recreational piers, and marina docks. Phil also played an integral role in developing the levels of analysis for screening coastal structures’ vulnerability to waves. He has applied these methods in numerous states in southern and eastern US. He has served as the project manager and engineer of record on numerous design projects, including large design-build projects with total budgets in excess of $200 million.