Next Wave of Shore Work Covers $2.8B In Projects

d'amico, esther
February 2014
ENR: Engineering News-Record;2/24/2014, Vol. 273 Issue 8, pNY12
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The article reports on a new phase of post-Superstorm Sandy coastal resiliency projects that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is set to start work on this fall 2014. It claims that the work is to make the shores more resilient to storms and will focus on 2.77 billion U.S. dollars worth of projects in the U.S. Northeast shorelines that were federally authorized before the storm but not yet begun. The projects involve bolstering shoreline protection like elevating beaches and widening berms.


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