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SWG-2022-00427 - Turn Services, LLC - Upper San Jacinto Bay Channel/Galveston Bay - Harris County, Texas

USACE Galveston District
Published Oct. 20, 2022
Expiration date: 11/21/2022

Public Notice          Project Plans

The applicant proposes to mechanically dredge approximately 569,444 cubic yards of material from 56.2 acres to a depth of (-)10.0 feet mean lower low water (MLLW) with a 2.0-foot allowable over depth to be placed into one of two private placement areas and is also proposing to install eleven 36-inch steel monopiles within the existing barge fleeting area.

The applicant is also proposing to install approximately 1,912 linear feet of sheet pile bulkhead directly in front of the existing bulkhead and is proposing to fill the area between the existing bulkhead and the new proposed bulkhead with approximately 5,352 cubic yards of rock fill, approximately 2,833 cubic yards of fill below mean high tide (MHT).