UPDATE On Delaware Beach Replenishment Project

The beach replenishment project in Rehoboth Beach will be completed today and crews will move on to Dewey Beach tonight. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers had a progress meeting this morning and Public Affairs Officer, Steve Rochette, tells the Talk of Delmarva that Weeks Marine is looking at a late May or early June…

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UPDATED: Beach Replenishment Underway in Rehoboth Beach


UPDATED – 4/21/23 – Beach replenishment is underway in Rehoboth Beach. The equipment is set up at Olive Avenue and work will be done to the north – and then to the south over a 21 day operation. Work in Dewey Beach is expected to begin around May 7th with that portion of the project…

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Ocean City Beach To Be Replenished Over 2021/22

Ocean City’s beaches will be built up thanks to a nearly $15.7-million contract between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Weeks Marine Incorporated. According to Maryland Congressman Andy Harris, R-Md. 1st, who represents the Eastern Shore, the project will pipe 1.3-million cubic yards of sand from the outer continental shelf to replenish 8.3 miles…

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