"We don’t want to be the biggest―we want to be the best at creating infrastructure that makes people’s lives better, and have fun while doing it."

- Eric Nichol, President & CEO

Creative People, Practical Solutions.

San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge East Span Replacement

San Francisco, California

Creative People, Practical Solutions.

Ocean Beach Fishing Pier Structural Evaluation

San Diego, California

Creative People, Practical Solutions.

Khalifa Port Container Terminal

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Creative People, Practical Solutions.

The Wharf at the Southwest Waterfront

Washington DC

Creative People, Practical Solutions.

Lake Charles Refinery Docks 1 & 2 Rehabilitation

Lake Charles, Louisiana

Current News

06/15/16
Is Zero-Emission Freight Possible? The Port of Los Angeles Thinks So
The ports in Southern California are cleaning up their act, but what will it take to ship cargo with no emissions? Moffatt & Nichol weighs in on what it would take for terminals in Los Angeles, Long Beach, and Oakland to complete the transition.
06/15/16 - Smithsonian.com
Is Zero-Emission Freight Possible? The Port of Los Angeles Thinks So
The ports in Southern California are cleaning up their act, but what will it take to ship cargo with no emissions? Moffatt & Nichol weighs in on what it would take for terminals in Los Angeles, Long Beach, and Oakland to complete the transition.
06/09/16 - LNG World News
U.S. company developing FSRU project in Chile
Eos Investment Group, a Houston-based energy development firm said its Chilean LNG import terminal company, GNL Talcahuano, had submitted its Environmental Impact Study (EIS) for a proposed FSRU to be located in Talcahuano in Chile.
06/06/16 - The Washington Times
Study to deter Maui beach erosion finds offshore sand
County of Maui’s planning department has been working with Moffatt & Nichol since February on a study that resulted in the discovery of 300,000 cubic yards of sand off Kahana Bay.
05/04/16 - Los Angeles Times
Bolsa Chica group: Wetlands restoration plan is working
Patience and dedication pays off. After a decade-long effort, the Bolsa Chica wetlands have been restored and the wildlife is thriving.