Dredging & Beach Nourishment

Stone Revetment Reconstruction, Stair Access & Beach Nourishment

LOCATION: Osterville COMPLETION DATE: April 2024 PROJECT DESCRIPTION: This project was a complete rebuild of an existing stone revetment of a private residence. The failing stone revetment was disassembled and reconstructed with 185 feet of 500-1000 pound stones. The whole beach area was fortified with large quantity of beach nourishment to fill in between the …

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Osterville Dredging Project

LOCATION: Osterville COMPLETITION DATE: SEPTEMBER 2023 PROJECT DESCRIPTION: This maintenance dredging project’s main focus was to complete a full functioning boat-slip area for this privately owned waterfront home. This was done by casting material on shore with a crane and then spread on the property owner’s beach for re-nourishment.

Dredging & Dock Completion

To complete this project, it required dredging to create depth for the floating dock. This was done with a piece of small-scale equipment, which gave our crews the ability to work in a shallow environment. This process included the dredge material to be loaded into one-yard bags and offloaded by Allen Harbor Marine’s forklift, and then loaded into a dump truck. The dock was built with IPE decking. The homeowner chose to apply a clear stain to bring out the beauty of the wood and it looks amazing.

Beach Nourishment, Cotuit

Location: Little Island, Osterville, MA

Completion date: June 2016

Details: Beacon Marine was hired to deliver 70 cubic yards of sand in an effort to nourish a beach that had experienced erosion at the base of a stone revetment. This project required the use of Beacon’s crane barge, materials barge, and tugs to deliver and place the sand via water.

Seapuit River Dredging Project

Location: Osterville, MA

Project Completion: December, 2015

Details: Dredging of approximately 1000 CY of material from the Seapuit River in Osterville. The sandy material was used to nourish the beach and dune system adjacent to the river. All of the equipment had to be mobilized by barge. The project was completed in under 1 week. Throughout the winter months the sand was able to protect the beach from further erosion. Mechanical dredging methods were used to dig the river to -8′ MLW. See a write up on the project here: http://www.dredgingtoday.com/2016/02/12/beacon-marine-osterville-dredging-scheme-wrapped-up/