2004 Hurricanes Francis and Jeanne washed out MacArthur Blvd.
6,300-ft. roadway, water, sewer, drainage, and dune restoration improvements
24-hour Construction Engineering and Inspection services provided for the expedited schedule to restore access and utility services to residents
Emergency replacement of existing water main for service during construction then installation of a new 12” water main and 8” force main for approximately 54 residents that lost use of their septic tank systems
Required steel sheet pile walls on both sides of the road to reinforce the 2-lane roadway access to County beaches, The House of Refuge Historical Museum, and the Sailfish Point subdivision
Included 5,400-ft of beach re-nourishment, Indian mound permitting, and The House of Refuge seawall reconstruction