Gary Greene Engineers has been providing consulting services related to marine structures and shoring for over 25 years. Mr Greene has over 38 years of port, marine and shoring experience. His experience includes responsibility for planning of port, harbor and intermodal facilities, including simulation of operations and capacity analysis; operations review; structural analysis and design of waterfront structures; analysis and design of shore facilities such as pavements, gates and warehouses; and permitting. Waterfront structural experience includes over 300,000 feet of Industrial Piers and over 450,000 feet of Bulkheads.
Mr Greene’s career includes:
-appointment as principal US representative to PIANC International Working Group on Movement of Moored Ships;
-appointment to joint ASCE / PIANC committee to develop international standard for fender testing specifications;
-appointment as peer reviewer of USCOE Sheetpile Design Manual by ASCE;
-peer reviewer of ASCE manual of practice on Mooring of Ships at Piers and Wharves;
– appointment to ASCE committee practice manual on port pavements;
– appointment to PIANC Committee Mooring of Large Ships at Quays; and
– preparation of NC Building Code Chapter 36, Piers, Bulkheads & Waterway Structures.
Mr. Greene also has been asked to provide forensic investigations and expert testimony on many failed bulkheads as well as investigations of pile supported pier movements and floating docks.
Office is located in Raleigh, NC with projects primarily located in east and gulf coast states along with various overseas locations.
Planning, analysis and design of piers, wharves, moorings, bulkheads, marinas and coastal structures along with shoring of excavations.
One review on “Gary Greene Engineers”
I have used Gary on a number of marine projects through my career. He is very creative, listens well, willing to think out of the box and develop a solution that solves the problem with creating others. He understands the challenges of constructing in the marine environment from the owners and contractors perspectives and works well helping to value engineer and provide vital oversight.