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SWG-2023-00464 (Deer Park Refining/NWP/Houston Ship Channel/Harris County

USACE Galveston District
Published Nov. 21, 2023
Expiration date: 12/20/2023

Public Notice          Project Plans

The applicant proposes to expand an existing bulkhead and install a new pier for mooring a privately owned firefighting boat. Specifically, the applicant proposes to install a new 624 linear foot bulkhead and 740 cubic yards of fill material waterward of the high tide line and existing bulkhead structure; the existing bulkhead will be left in place. Additionally, the applicant proposes to demolish an existing fireboat dock and install new structure consisting of a 124’ 4” long x 6’ wide (106’ 7” x 6’ over waters) pier supported walkway leading to a 554 square foot mooring dock (55’ 5” at widest x 14’ 2” long). Lastly the applicant proposes installing 6 dolphins, consisting of a 24” diameter steel monopiles, waterward of the newly installed dock for the purpose of protecting the dock and mooring vessels; piles will be driven approximately 80 feet below the high-tide line into the substrate. The docking structure is not proposed to be covered and will be supported by piles driven approximately 30-40 feet below the high-tide line into the substrate.