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In previous years, sand across the mouth of the San Luis Rey River blocked its connection to the Pacific Ocean,  providing a continuous shoreline. Recent rains have opened the river to the ocean, requiring the contractor to develop a means to span the flowing water in order to replenish the beach to the south.
Corps awards Oceanside dredging contract, Division Commander visits
3/20/2017 3:57:00 PM
Jim Fields, (2nd from left), the Corps' project manager for the Oceanside Harbor annual maintenance dredging project, describes the project to Col. Peter Helmlinger, the Corps' South Pacific Division commander, during a March 15 boat trip to the project site, as (from left) Paul Lawrence, Oceanside Harbor manager, Deanna Lorson, assistant city manager, and David Van Dorpe, the Los Angeles District's deputy district engineer for programs and project management, look on.
Corps awards Oceanside dredging contract, Division Commander visits
3/20/2017 3:48:00 PM
Jim Wood (left), Oceanside's mayor, and Deanna Lorson, the assistant city manager, meet with Col. Kirk Gibbs (opposite), Col. Peter Helmlinger and David Van Dorpe at the city of Oceanside Harbor Office on March 15 to discuss the upcoming annual harbor maintenance project scheduled to start in April. The contract calls for the removal of 280,000 cubic yards of sand from the harbor's entrance channel and its placement south along Oceanside's beach.
Corps awards Oceanside dredging contract, Division Commander visits
3/20/2017 3:37:00 PM
Eric Ravelli, deputy for the Small Business Program, welcomes an attendee to the Los Angeles District Arizona-Nevada Area Office's Business Opportunities Open House March 9 in Phoenix. The event attracted more than 160 attendees from throughout the region. The open house featured morning and afternoon sessions with a contractor training opportunity; successful bid proposal.
Open house for business opportunities
3/15/2017 12:20:00 PM
The hydraulic cutter-head suction dredge H.R. Morris digs up sediment from the Channel Islands Harbor sand trap Feb. 14. Seattle-based Manson Construction, the Corps' contractor for the project, piped the material to nearby Hueneme Beach to replenish sand lost to erosion.
Channel Islands Harbor maintenance dredging
3/9/2017 4:37:00 PM
A Seattle-based Manson Construction employee controls the hydraulic cutter-head suction dredge H.R. Morris as it digs up sediment from the Channel Islands Harbor sand trap Feb. 14. Manson, the Corps' contractor for the project, piped the material to nearby Hueneme Beach to replenish sand lost to erosion.
Channel Islands Harbor maintenance dredging
3/9/2017 4:37:00 PM
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District dredges the entrance channel and sand trap at Channel Islands Harbor Feb. 14. Built in the early 1960s, the harbor was designed to trap sand to prevent loss to the submarine canyon off of Port Hueneme and to provide dredged material for beach replenishment for downcoast beaches.
Channel Islands Harbor maintenance dredging
3/9/2017 4:36:00 PM
The hydraulic cutter-head suction dredge H.R. Morris digs up sediment from the Channel Islands Harbor sand trap Feb. 14. Seattle-based Manson Construction, the Corps' contractor for the project, piped the material to nearby Hueneme Beach to replenish sand lost to erosion.
Channel Islands Harbor maintenance dredging
3/9/2017 4:36:00 PM
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