Tim Mason, PE

Master Planning & Permitting

Tim Mason serves as a senior principal waterfront engineer for ATM, a Geosyntec Company. With more than 29 years of experience, Tim’s expertise is coastal and waterfront engineering, including all phases of project implementation: planning and feasibility, permitting, design, plans and technical specifications, tendering/bidding, construction contract administration, monitoring, and mitigation planning. He also has performed state and federal permitting, as well as prepared international environmental impact assessments.
Tim’s project experience and locations extend along the US east coast, the Gulf of Mexico, Pacific coasts of Mexico and Central America, the Caribbean, Europe, and Middle East. He has planned, designed, and permitted facilities ranging from community boat ramp/waterfront access projects to large-scale, multi- faceted resort destination development projects and superyacht marinas with the full complement of utilities and other services.
He is a co-author of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) 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.
Tim earned a ME in Coastal & Oceanographic Engineering from the University of Florida, and a BS in Ocean Engineering from Florida Atlantic University. He is a licensed professional engineer in five states and the
U.S. Virgin Islands. Tim leads ATM’s U.S. waterfront engineering practice from ATM’s office in St. Augustine, Florida.