Capping a Seawall

03 Sep Capping a Seawall

September 3, 2011

 

Exciting progress has taken place on the project this week, with the installation of the new concrete bulkhead cap for the seawall. Crews spent the first part of the week building and installing the first 200 linear feet of concrete forms. On Wednesday, the crews poured the first batch of concrete for the site, which has now cured enough to remove the first set of forms and supports.  Photos of these exciting events can be seen below with more in depth descriptions.

 

Completed installation of rebar and forms to hold the concrete in place

 

Pouring of the concrete into the forms

 

Bulkhead after the first set of forms were removed

 

Progress also has continued with the installation of the steel sheet piles for the seawall.  This part of the project is slated to be completed by the end of next week.  With 700 linear feet already completed, crews will continue to demuck and install the new backfill along the seawall, which is set to also be completed by the end of this coming week.

 

Crews in action demucking the seawall

 

The seawall panel installation now continues onto the North side of the property

 

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