Maintenance Dredging – Port St. Lucie, FL
This contract was in response to the impact of 2016’s Hurricane Matthew.
The project was to return the channel to authorized depths by dredging shoaled material (shoal) from the St. Lucie Inlet. Also included was the inlet’s Cut 1 and impoundment basin.
Maintenance included removing approximately 384,000 cubic yards. Material was placed about 10 miles offshore of Jupiter Island.
Turbidity and endangered species monitoring was performed throughout the contract.
Dredging was done 24 hours a day and required a Site Safety and Health Officer to be present on both shifts which TITAN provided.
SSHO SCOPE OF WORK
AT A GLANCE
|TITAN Role||Site Safety and Health Officer|
|Completion Date||October 2018|