This project is scheduled for completion prior to 4/30/22
The US Army Corps of Engineers has provided a link to the placement tracker for your use. Please note that the link must be opened in Google Chrome to function properly.
Photos of Beach Renourishment are included in the Terminal Groin Webpage Photo Galleries - CLICK HERE
The Coastal Storm Risk Management (CSRM) project shall consist of dredging, transporting, placing and shaping beach fill and performing all pre and post construction beach surveys. The borrow area for this project is Shallotte Inlet. The estimated beach fill quantity for OIB is 450,000 cubic yards compared to 270,000 c/y during the 2017 project. The project will begin at Station 10 (Shallotte Blvd) and continue to Station 80 (near Goldsboro Street).
Bids for the CSRM (Coastal Storm Risk Management/Beach Renourishment) Project were opened on September 21, 2021.
- Award Date: September 27, 2021
Norfolk Dredging Company
110 Centerville Tpke N
Chesapeake, Virginia 23320-3004
At this time, the estimated cost for the CSRM project is $8,700,000 which is paid as follows:
The Town has submitted the estimated 35% share of $3,045,000 to the Corps of Engineers and requested reimbursement of 50% of this amount from the State of NC. The Town will also be responsible for the entire cost of the Terminal Groin Project once these amounts are approved by the Board. A memorandum of agreement has been executed by the Town with the Corps of Engineers to perform the fillet portion of the Terminal Groin Project in order to save on mobilization cost. It is estimated this portion of work for the Terminal Groin Project will be $2,450,000. This amount does not include cost for actual construction of the terminal groin itself.
- 65% Federal Allocation
- 35% Local and State Funds