The Project : Team Tactical Training prepares civilian and Coast Guard members, individually and in coordinated teams, to apply their on-boarding training into action. The Arundel Cove Site 9 trains students to safely intercept and board a variety of small civilian crafts up to tug boats to evaluate for illegal activities, contraband, stowaways, terrorists, etc.
Edgewater’s work at Site 9 was to remove (dredge), dewater, transport and dispose of an estimated 4,425 cubic yards of contaminated sediment from Arundel Cove. As dredging was completed, Edgewater’s team sampled the contaminated sediment at the removal sites confirm the contamination was contained.
The Challenge : Containing contaminated dredge materials and proper disposal.
Value Added : Edgewater diligently sampled and catalogued dredged sediment and properly disposed of contaminated materials.
Client : United States Coast Guard
Location : Balitmore, MD
Jim is the President of Edgewater and started the company in 2006.
Jim Collins, a licensed civil engineer, has over 25 years of experience. Active duty in the US Navy prepared Jim to excel in vertical construction operations, estimating, project management, and contract administration around world for the Seabees and the Navy’s Civil Engineer Corps. Jim retired from Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) where he gained construction experience from an owners’ point of view as a contracting officer. His vast experience prepared him to drive military construction projects through conceptual, design, and construction phases.
Vice President of Edgewater Construction Services in 2006.
Rich Marano is a civil engineering graduate of the prestigious Rochester Institute of Technology who combined his degree in construction technology and took a different path, moving directly into the construction field. His career has upwardly traversed from assistant project manager to project manager to Vice President of Edgewater Construction Services in 2006. Rich’s resume shows achievements in Virginia, New York, New Jersey, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Connecticut, Maine and Vermont in design-bid-build, design-build, construction management and general contracting. His experience in facility renovations and additions and new construction reached its highest point when Rich was assigned as Senior Project Manager for the Armada Hoffler Tower in Virginia Beach. This $86M project spanned 2 years and 13 floors (255,000 sq. ft.) of Class A office space, 300,000 sq. ft. of retail space and an adjoining a 22 floor 9 level cast-in-place parking garage with 1871 stalls.