The Coastal Resilience Design Studio (CRDS) at the University of Delaware is an interdisciplinary team of student designers, researchers, and engineers exploring creative and thoughtful solutions to the many challenges facing Delaware’s coastal communities.
The CRDS aims to equip communities with tools, designs, and adaptation strategies intended to mitigate disruptions from short-term hazardous events and long-term environmental changes.
For more information on the work of the CRDS, please explore this website.
Currently, the CRDS is working with Little Creek, DE to develop a conceptual master plan that includes a stormwater strategy, traffic and connection solutions, and commercial opportunities. Review the recent work here.
If you would like to find out how you can get involved in the efforts of the CRDS, contact Instructor Zach Hammaker at email@example.com.