The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District has awarded a $25.2 million contract to H&L LLC of Bay Shore, New York, to construct T-groins and place sand in the community of Sea Gate west of the West 37th Street Groin in Coney Island. The project at Sea Gate is designed to prevent flanking of the West 37th Street Groin and to improve the functioning of the overall existing coastal storm risk management project at Coney Island.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, has awarded an $8.6 million contract to Great Lakes Dredge and Dock of Oak Brook, Illinois, to carry out maintenance dredging at three discontinuous reaches along the Hudson River Federal Navigation Channel between Coxsackie and Albany. [Read More]
Crews have resumed pumping sand onto the beaches of Rockaway as part of an effort to repair and restore the engineered beach there to provide coastal storm risk management benefits to the community. [Read More]
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District announces the availability of the Draft Environmental Assessment (DEA) with Draft Finding of No Significant Impact (DFONSI) for the proposed Downtown Montauk Stabilization Project and the opening of a 30-day review period, in which the public can submit written comments. [Read More]
Crews under contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, have begun maintenance dredging operations on the Raritan River Federal Navigation Channel.
The Army Corps of Engineers recently awarded a $3.8 million contract to Norfolk Dredging of Chesapeake, Va., to carry out the work, which involves the removal of approximately 600,000 cubic yards of material from the channel. [Read More]
-- Review concludes project will not jeopardize endangered species --NEW [Read More]
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NEW YORK – Crews working for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, began placing nearly 3 million cubic yards of sand onto Rockaway Beach in recent weeks as part of the second of two major sand placement contracts to repair and restore the engineered beach there to reduce coastal storm risks to the community there, which was left even more vulnerable to coastal storms after Hurricane Sandy. [Read More]
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers personnel observe shipping lane deepening being performed in the Arthur Kill Channel between the New York Container Terminal, Staten Island, New York and Elizabeth, New Jersey. Drilling and underwater blasting in the Arthur Kill Channel was completed on this contract during the last week in April 2014. [Read More]
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, NY District, in conjunction with the Town of Southold and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, announce the placement of nearly 100,000 cubic yards of sand replenishing severely eroded beaches to the east of Mattituck Inlet that will improve coastal-storm risk reduction.