Economic Considerations of Marina Design

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by James R. Walker, Moffatt & Nichol, Long Beach, United States,
Lawrence Williams, Jr., Moffatt & Nichol, Long Beach, United States,
Michael Leue, Moffatt & Nichol, Long Beach, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: World Marina '91:

Abstract: The planning and design of a marina involves decision making to optimize the economic return of the entire project. Decisions relating to land-use, water-use, and construction require comparison of potential land and water asset values and construction costs to estimate economic return. A trade-off analysis can identify sensitivity of economic returns for alternatives and put them in perspective. A methodology is presented which facilitates optimization of design and evaluation of alternatives in an objective and consistent manner.

Subject Headings: Economic factors | Water use | Sensitivity analysis | Water resources | Ports and harbors | Decision making | Land use | Construction management |

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