Noble Consultants, Inc. (NCI) is a civil engineering firm specializing in coastal, structural, harbor and water resources engineering with offices in San Francisco and Los Angeles.
All NCI principals and staff have specialized during their entire careers in providing engineering services on marine projects, with NCI principals having over 40 years of marine engineering experience. Our firm’s general experience includes siting, planning, surveying, permitting, design, final design/specifications, and construction management of civil works. We also have expertise in conducting economic impact analyses for navigation, coastal storm damage, riverine flood damage, recreation, and environmental restoration projects. Noble Consultants is fully dedicated to meeting each client’s specific needs. That includes carefully controlling budgets and meeting project timetables. Noble’s high percentage of repeat business attests to client satisfaction.
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Regardless of size, our projects are frequently complex. Our integrated approach means we can address all facets of a scheme – the environmental management and traffic planning of a road, alongside its design and construction, for example.
Noble Consultants, Inc. (NCI) is a civil engineering firm that specializes in coastal, structural, harbor and water resources engineering
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Our firm’s general experience includes siting, planning, surveying, permitting, design, final design/specifications, and construction management of civil works.
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Irvine and Novato, CA – October 3, 2013 – Noble Consultants, Inc., an engineering firm specializing in coastal, structural, harbor, and water resources engineering, has been acquired by Louisiana-based G.E.C., Inc. (GEC), a leading provider of engineering, planning, and environmental services.
Noble Consultants brings to GEC over 40 years of national and international experience providing a wide array of engineering services on shoreline and other marine projects. Ronald M. Noble, P.E. will continue to serve as President of Noble Consultants overseeing the California operations while taking a large role in expanding GEC’s coastal client base. The California operations will continue to run as Noble Consultants.
Mr. Noble said, “This joining with GEC vastly expands the services that Noble Consultants can offer to its clients.”
The acquisition of Noble Consultants also greatly enhances GEC’s capabilities in coastal restoration and engineering. With the addition of Noble Consultants’ offices in Irvine and Novato, CA, the acquisition also significantly extends GEC’s national reach.
GEC and Noble Consultants have a business relationship dating back to the 1990s. Noble Consultants has teamed with GEC over the years on its past Louisiana environmental and coastal restoration contracts as well as numerous Army Corps of Engineers contracts including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Alaska and New Orleans districts. Currently Noble Consultants is a teaming partner with GEC on both its coastal engineering and its environmental sciences contracts with Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA).
GEC is headquartered in Baton Rouge, and office locations include Metairie, Lafayette, and Mandeville, Louisiana; Jacksonville, Florida; Irvine and Novato, California; and Gulfport, Mississippi.
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