Coastal ConstructionNETCO Coastal Construction division focuses on erosion control, soil stabilization and ground improvement in zones of high erosion potential. We offer a broad range of engineered construction techniques to help our clients reduce the potential for erosion losses in coastal zone and inland marine, stream, and riverbank environments.
Project ManagementNETCO Construction Project Managers, Inc. was founded in March, 1991, to provide construction management services for public, private, non-profit and institutional clients. Since 1991 we have completed project management assignments including public works/public safety facilities, town halls, libraries, schools, condos, and more.
MSBA Accelerated Repair Program
The Program is primarily for the repair and/or replacement of roofs, windows, and/or boilers with the potential to include additional systems as may be determined by the MSBA, contingent upon available capital funding and capacity.
Coastal Construction Services
Coastal Bank, Dune, and Shoreline Stabilization (LEARN MORE)
Beach Mats: A “Softer” Alternative to Boardwalks (LEARN MORE)
NETCO Coir Gabion Mattresses (LEARN MORE)
Wetland, Salt Marsh, and Shoreline Restoration (LEARN MORE)
Sand Drift Fencing (LEARN MORE)
Boardwalks, Bridges, Stairs, and Walkways (LEARN MORE)
Helical Earth Anchors (LEARN MORE)
Beach Nourishment (LEARN MORE) / Reinforced Earth Structures (LEARN MORE)
Meet Our President
Dave Lager, the founder of NETCO, has 32 years of relevant construction experience. He has worked in the heavy civil, public works, environmental, commercial and real estate development industry in North America, Europe and the Middle East. Dave has directly managed or overseen the construction of more than 100 projects with an approximate value exceeding $350 million, and has managed construction teams exceeding 50 contractors working on one site. With expertise in estimating, project cost management systems, contractor and subcontractor selection, and field operations, Dave focuses on project management for historic buildings and coastal construction projects.