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SWG-1993-01995 - Targa Downstream, LLC - Buffalo Bayou - Harris County, Texas

Published June 16, 2020
Expiration date: 7/17/2020

Full Public Notice          Project Plans

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The applicant requests to modify an existing Department of the Army Permit. The applicant proposes to remove and replace an existing Barge Dock, designated Barge Dock 3. The project includes the demolition and removal of the existing Barge Dock 3 and associated support piles, removal of 6 existing mooring dolphins, relocation of an existing mooring dolphin, installation of 8 new 48-inch-diameter mooring dolphins, construction of the proposed Barge Dock 3 including a 50-foot-wide by 100-foot-long platform and a 12-foot-wide by 20-foot-long approach trestle, supported by twenty-seven 18-inch-square concrete piles, installation of two 16-inch-diameter pipe rack support piles, and the installation of approximately 439 linear feet of bulkhead wall including the discharge of approximately 50 cubic yards of material located below the mean high tide (MHT) line to backfill behind the bulkhead.