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SWG-2000-02956 - Oiltanking Beaumont - Jefferson County

Published June 25, 2013
Expiration date: 7/26/2013

Full Public Notice     Project Plans     Alternative Analysis     Mitigation Plan

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant proposes to construct a ship berthing area adjacent to their existing docking facility.  Activities include dredging 1.73 acres of tidal wetlands, 10.12 acres of non-tidal wetlands, 5.63 acres of open water, and 5.67 acres of uplands.  The applicant proposed to dredge to a depth of -40 feet below mean low water, with a 2-foot overdredge.  Approximately 1,442,000 cubic yards of material is proposed to be dredged during construction.  In addition, the applicant proposes to clear 0.08 acre of tidal wetlands, and 0.72 acre of non-tidal wetlands.  The applicant proposes to fill 0.39 acre of non-tidal wetlands and 0.05 acre of tidal wetlands to construct a revetment for erosion control.  The applicant proposes to fill 0.05 acre of non-tidal wetland to construct a road and pipe rack. 


The applicant proposes to construct a new finger pier dock in the dredged basin, with an 8,000-square-foot loading platform, a new roadway and pipe rack, a new concrete approachway and pipe rack, and associated mooring and breasting structures. 


The applicant proposed to use dredge material beneficially by placing it in open water within the Rose City Marsh complex, or to place the material into dredge material placement areas 23, 24, or 25, depending on capacity and availability.