Gulf Engineers and Consultantsupdated: October 2013
GEC was established in 1986 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, as a small engineering consulting firm.  It has grown over the years into a firm of national prominence by assembling the talents of a large team of engineering, planning, economic, environmental, Geographic Information Systems, and automatic toll systems professionals.

GEC’s success and growth is based on its reputation as a professional organization that provides complete and proficient services from planning to implementation of projects for private and public clients in all parts of the United States and overseas.

GEC provides integrated planning and design services for public and private clients nationwide.  We provide a wide range of expertise for applications to land and water projects.  The diverse resources of the company include civil and structural engineering, economic analysis, environmental and ecological science, toll systems, and Geographic Information System applications.  Services are provided separately or in an integrated fashion, depending on client needs.  In keeping with the special needs of GEC's clients, (so that their objectives can be accomplished), our commitment to our clients is to produce high-quality planning and design documents on time, and within budget.


Contact Gulf Engineers and Consultants


Contact Gulf Engineers and Consultants

Mike Hattaway
1580 W. Causeway Approach
Suite 1
Mandeville, Louisiana  70471
Phone: 985.624.5125
Fax: 985.951.8245


 

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Coastal forests in Louisiana have long been recognized as valuable for the goods and services that they provide. However, since coastal forests have become increasingly vulnerable to pressures from natural and anthropogenic forces, these critical habitats are in danger of being lost. The CFCI is a completely voluntary program. The primary objective of the CFCI is to acquire land rights (fee title or conservation servitude) from willing landowners to address demonstrated threats of conversion (habitat loss or land-use change) and/or opportunities for restoration or enhanced sustainability of coastal forest tracts that provide significant ecological value and that may provide storm damage reduction functions. This initiative provides benefits to both the landowner and the public and considers all native forest types including baldcypress-tupelo and other swamps, live oak natural levee forests, coastal live oak-hackberry forests (cheniers), bottomland hardwood forests, barrier island live oak forests (maritime forests), mixed pine hardwood forests, longleaf pine savannahs, salt dome hardwood forests, or other native forest communities which also rank highly within the prioritization process.