Ken Craig has served as a loyal employee for over 15 years. Ken assumes the role of the Coastal Engineering group Vice President. As such, he holds overall responsibility for the company’s coastal engineering operations. He possesses a unique, experience-based skill set that spans a broad range of coastal zone issues. Coming from earlier roles as engineer and director of the Coastal Engineering group, he mentors younger staff, coordinates the group’s strategic plan development and implementation, and ensures consistency with the corporate strategic plan. Mr. Craig’s formal academic training focused on coastal process analyses (i.e., shoreline evolution and sediment transport, wave and hydrodynamic modeling) and their impacts on major shore protection projects. He frequently acts as project liaison to local, state, and federal agencies regarding project related issues such as design, permitting, and funding options. In addition to his beach-related experience, Mr. Craig has accumulated extensive inlet-based knowledge through development of inlet management plans and other studies throughout Florida. Mr. Craig also has designed several major coastal structures.