Craven Thompson & Associates provided professional surveying, landscape architectural and civil engineering services to redesign and rehabilitate the existing Dania Beach Municipal Marina. The scope of services included a feasibility study, marketing and dockage rate analysis, planning, programming, cost estimates, dredging analysis, boundary survey, specifications and construction drawings and Construction Management, in addition to applying for and securing partial funding from Florida Inland Navigation District, Broward Boating Improvement Program and FDEP’s Clean Vessel Act grant programs to assist in construction funding. The scope of design and construction included the following: demolition of existing marina and seawall, dredging, construction of a new seawall, marina and docks, hardscape, landscape and security improvements, renovation of existing lifeguard facilities and a new Dock Master Building that included laundry, locker, and restroom facilities for tenants of the Marina. The marina has a completely new layout that maximizes space and revenue along with a new fire protection system, new electrical hook-ups, and sewer pump out facilities. CTA performed a Topographic & Hydrographic survey of the Marina area for proposed dredging and bulkhead replacement. We also included a 3D High Definition Survey of the existing bridge over New River Sound so that the City could have a clear record of clearances under the bridge.