Tim Mason, P.E.

Tim Mason is a Senior Principal Engineer based in Florida with more than 28 years of experience focused on coastal and waterfront engineering, development, and management projects.

Tim Mason is a Senior Principal Engineer based in Florida with more than 28 years of experience focused on coastal and waterfront engineering, development, and management projects.


Tim is dedicated to finding practical engineering solutions for his clients in the following types of projects: marina planning and design; waterfront access facilities including piers, docks, boat ramps, and kayak launches; beach nourishment and shore protection; dredging and disposal; FEMA flood hazard analysis and mapping; sea level rise and resilience; waterfront due diligence; international resort and development projects; and metocean studies and evaluations.

A practice leader, Tim is a co-author of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE's) Manual of Practice 50 (2012) "Planning and Design Guidelines for Small Craft Harbors," specifically Chapter 3 which includes inner harbor structures, shoreline stabilization, docks, and piers. He was also a contributing author to PIANC's Working Group report 134, "Design and Operational Guidelines for Superyacht Facilities (2013)" and contributing author to the report of Working Group 149 on marina design.

Contact Tim Mason at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 1-904-425-2001.

Career Summary of Tim Mason, P.E.

  • Specialties: U.S., Caribbean and Central America; Waterfront Facility Planning and Siting Studies; Shoreline Protection and Stabilization; Fixed and Floating Marina Structures; Flood Hazard Analysis and Resilience
  • Practice Areas: Waterfront and Coastal
  • Disciplines: Ocean Engineering, Coastal Engineering
  • Education: M.E., Coastal and Oceanographic Engineering, University of Florida, 1993; B.S., Ocean Engineering, Florida Atlantic University, 1991
  • Registration: Professional Engineer: FL, SC, DE, NC,  NJ, and U.S. Virgin Islands

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