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SWG-1998-02486 - Port Aransas Marina Association - confluence of the Corpus Christi Ship Channel and the Aransas Pass Channel - Nueces County, Texas

Published Dec. 21, 2017
Expiration date: 1/23/2018

Full Public Notice          Project Plans

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant is proposing to install a sheetpile breakwater extension that connects to the northern end of the existing concrete panel breakwater on the west side of the inlet to the marina and extending approximately 70 linear feet east.  The applicant is also proposing to install riprap or marine mattress around the existing concrete panel breakwater and proposed sheetpile extension for scour protection.  Additional riprap or marine mattress will also be installed for scour protection in front of approximately 130 linear feet of the concrete bulkhead on the east side of the inlet opposite of the breakwater.  The installation of riprap or marine mattress scour protection involves placing approximately 1,475 cubic yards of fill material below the mean high water line; which totals 0.26 acres of fill material proposed to be placed in unvegetated bay bottom.