Wave interaction with multiple bottom-standing rectangular porous structures of different structural parameters is numerically modeled using the multidomain boundary element method and the matched eigenfunction expansion method, while assuming linear water wave theory. The sensitivity of wave reflection and transmission to the wave and structural parameters is analyzed with the objective to maximize wave energy attenuation. Different configurations of multiple structures are tested for maximizing the efficiency of dissipation. Furthermore, wave trapping by multiple porous structures near a sloping rigid wall is studied. Bragg resonance is observed in the case of wave scattering by multiple structures irrespective of wave and structural parameters and is found as proportional to the number of structures deployed. In addition, the study reveals that in the presence of multiple structures, due to more wave energy dissipation, wave transmission in the lee side of the structures is reduced significantly when compared with that observed for a single structure.