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SWG-2017-00250 - Brownsville Navigation District - Brownsville Ship Channel - Cameron County, Texas

Published Oct. 24, 2017
Expiration date: 11/27/2017

Full Public Notice          Project Plans          Mitigation Plans

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant proposes to construct an approximately 60-acre spool base facility to be operated by Subsea 7.  Construction of the facility would include dredging a 3-sided vessel slip (dredge slip) with bulkhead, installation of articulated block mat revetment for slope protection on the vessel slip approach and along the vessel slip bulkhead, and installation of one mooring structure and one breasting structure with catwalks.  Construction of various ancillary structures would include the facility (office building and equipment storage), a load out area (pipe rack) for joining pipe units, an egress access road, two drainage corridors, and required security fencing.  The access road and drainage corridors would extend from the proposed dock on the Brownsville Ship Channel to State Highway (SH) 4.