Esteban L. Biondi

Esteban Biondi is a Principal Engineer based in Florida with more than 28 years of experience focused on ocean, coastal, and waterfront projects ranging from marina developments and cruise destinations to port structures and environmental impact studies.

Esteban Biondi is a Principal Engineer based in Florida with more than 28 years of experience focused on ocean, coastal, and waterfront projects ranging from marina developments and cruise destinations to port structures and environmental impact studies.


Esteban has been involved in more than 200 marina consulting assignments, managing more than 140 of them. He directs yachting, marina, and cruise market and feasibility studies, as well as planning, design, and engineering consulting services for municipal, private, and resort marinas and recreational navigation infrastructure systems. He is recognized industry leader in marina social and environmental sustainability and resilience.

Esteban is specialized in coastal resilience, climate adaptation, beach improvements and nature-based solutions for hospitality real estate projects, for development, environmental impact assessment, and due diligence.

He has extensive project experience in Latin America, the Caribbean basin, the Middle East, the United States, and other international locations. Esteban holds leadership and technical roles in the World Association for Waterborne Navigation Infrastructure (PIANC) and is active full member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI).

Contact Esteban Biondi at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or +1-561-659-0041.

Career Summary of Esteban L. Biondi

  • Specialties: Waterfront Development Planning, Engineering and Feasibility Studies; Marina Planning and Design; Cruise and Yacht Destination Planning and Feasibility; Marina Market and Feasibility Studies; Nautical Tourism and Sustainable Marina Planning; Environmental Impact Studies and Permitting; Design of Coastal Structures; Coastal Resiliency and Sea Level Rise Adaptation
  • Practice Areas: Waterfront and Coastal
  • Disciplines: Environmental Engineering, Ocean Engineering, Coastal Engineering
  • Education: Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Executive Education - NCI Charrette System Program; Master of Ocean Engineering (MOcE), Oregon State University; Civil Engineer, Universidad Catolica Argentina; Fulbright Fellowship; and Kenneth Holland Award
  • Registration: Professional Civil Engineer No.14453 (CPIC, Argentina); Graduate Member No. 93512843 (ICE, United Kingdom)

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