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SWG-0000-15383 - Odfjell Terminals Houston - Harris County

Published Sept. 8, 2015
Expiration date: 10/8/2015

Full Public Notice    Project Plans

The applicant requests to modify their existing permit to add authorization to relocate the existing drainage structure, construct a wing wall roughly parallel to the shoreline, install four new mooring dolphins and a high capacity fender on the bulkhead, and hydraulically dredge approximately 150,000 cubic yards of material from Docks #3 and #4 to a depth of 45 feet below mean sea level with 2 foot of overdredge.  The purpose of this amendment to convert Dock #3 to serve ships as well as barges and construct a new ship dock (Dock #4).  The dredged material is proposed to be placed in one of 6 existing Dredged Material Placement Areas.  The purpose of this project is to expand the capabilities at the existing facility to take advantage of recent dredging in the channel and turning basin.