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SWG-1993-00525 - J.W. Kelso Company, Inc. - Galveston Bay - Galveston County, Texas

USACE Galveston District
Published Aug. 17, 2023
Expiration date: 9/18/2023

Public Notice          Project Plans

The applicant proposes to expand the existing facility to provide additional space for ongoing operations/equipment staging and the construction of a new decontamination facility.  The components include construction of a concrete pad and access road as follows:  a 345-foot by 525-foot concrete pad consisting of 1,335 linear feet (LF) of 30-foot-wide rock slope stabilization (approximately 38,250 square feet), and 480 LF of bulkhead resulting in the discharge of approximately 61,979 cubic yards (CY) of material below the mean high water (MHW).  The 61,979 CY would consist of 53,667 CY of clean sand and 8,312 CY of rock.  The applicant also proposes to construct a 45-foot by 700-foot access road consisting of 700 LF of 30-foot-wide rock slope stabilization and 450 LF of bulkhead extending from the proposed expansion pad to an existing bulkhead.  The installation of the access road and slope stabilization would result in the discharge of approximately 13,897 CY of material below MHW which would consist of 9,334 CY of clean sand and 4,563 CY of rock.  Additionally, the applicant proposes to install 45, 24-inch steel pipe piles around the perimeter of the access road and operations pad.