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SWG-1991-01834 - Bass Enterprises Production Company, LP (BEPCO, LP) - Aransas Bay - Aransas County, Texas

USACE Galveston District
Published May 11, 2023
Expiration date: 6/12/2023

Public Notice          Project Plans

The applicant proposes to discharge a total of 4,836 cubic yards of rock rip rap and shoreline restoration fabric or filter cloth in Aransas Bay along an existing harbor breakwater for a total distance of 1,503 linear feet.  Specifically, the applicant proposes to discharge 2,397.3 cubic yards along 683 linear feet of the northside of the breakwater and 2,438.7 cubic yards along 820 linear feet of the southside of the breakwater.  The rock will be placed vertically against the existing breakwater to a typical top elevation of +4 feet NAVD 88 and will extend out from the breakwater and crest with a variable side slope resulting in a base width between 13-26 feet.