The Carolina Beach Marina project involves five phases. For Phases 1 and 2, SEPI provided documentation for Coastal Area Management Act (CAMA) permitting; civil engineering design services for water and sewer lines; site plan construction drawings; and construction management including bid services, submittal review, and construction phase services.
Phase 1 work included emergency bulkhead repair of damage incurred at the Marina during Hurricane Matthew. Work included installation of approximately 250-feet of new bulkhead on the landward side of the existing bulkhead, the temporary relocation of the existing permitted floating docks in the area, and the removal of the existing bulkhead, boardwalk, and piles.
Phase 2 work included completion of the bulkhead along the west side of the marina, the temporary relocation of the existing permitted floating docks in the area, the construction of the sidewalk, electrical and plumbing from source to bulkhead, and the removal of the existing bulkhead, boardwalk, and piles.
Phase 3 work will include installation of floating docks as well as water, sewer, and electrical services for the west side of the Marina.
Phase 4 will involve construction of approximately 300-feet of new bulkhead, decks, water, sewer, and electrical. Dredging of the Marina basin is included in this phase.
Phase 5 will involve construction of approximately 290-feet of new bulkhead in front of the existing bulkhead. Installation of floating docks, water, sewer, and electrical services along the east side of Marina will also be included.