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Collier County Beach Renourishment Project to Begin in November

Excerpted from nbc-2.com
By Taylor Crehan

The 2020 Beach Renourishment Project is slated to start in early November.

According to county officials, commissioners approved Earth Tech Enterprises, Inc. to place sand on Naples Beach from Doctors Pass to close to Lowdermilk Park.

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Shoreline and Dune Restoration in Progress Along Indian River County Beach

TCPalm did a great job capturing the progress of the shoreline and dune restoration work underway in Indian River County. We’re thankful to be working with Rio-Bak Corporation to add sand to the eroded areas caused by hurricanes Matthew, Irma, and Dorian.

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Collier County Wrapping up Beach Renourishment Project

The 2019 Beach Renourishment Project is wrapping up ahead of schedule. Dump trucks have completed the mission of hauling sand from Stewart Mine in Immokalee to a 2.4 mile-stretch of Collier County beach extending from Park Shore South to Clam Pass.

Crews are in the process of completing some shaping and grading of sand on some areas of the beach and final surveys will be needed before all the equipment will be removed from the project area….

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Beach Renourishment Begins in Collier County

The Beach Renourishment Project will replenish the sand on Park Shore, North Park Shore and Clam pass beaches in Naples by 2020. North Gulfshore Access closed Monday and Horizon access will close Saturday.

Mary Lundberg owns a condo near Horizon and walks there everyday. She said she’s lucky this beach is closing for the county to replenish it with sand, rather than respond to red tide….

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Fellsmere Mine on Corrigan Ranch property gets City Council OK

We’re grateful to the City of Fellsmere for the opportunity to safely and responsibly enhance its beaches and roadways for future generations. Together, we thrive.

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Stewart Materials Donates Beach Sand

Stewart Materials announced it has donated beach sand to The City of Fort Myers for a new four-court volleyball complex. The courts are located in downtown Fort Myers at 2277 Grand Ave. “We are happy to support the City of Fort Myers as it adds environmentally-friendly, activity amenities for use by its residents and visitors,” said Stewart Materials Founder &…

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SMI Beach Sand Provided to Renourish Longboat Key

Stewart Materials has successfully supplied custom beach sand to the Town of Longboat Key for the final phase of a beach renourishment project. Stewart Materials Founder Nick Stewart commented, “With every successful project, the SMI team proves inland sourced custom beach sand is an economically efficient, environmentally and functionally superior alternative to traditional, available offshore sources.”

Key to SMI’s success in supplying materials to beaches on Florida’s east and west coasts is its process-controlled method, which allows SMI to consistently meet material specifications for color and grain size….

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Stewart Materials Invests in Vero Beach Youth

Stewart Materials announced it has successfully supplied baseball field replenishment materials to the Indian River County Cal Ripken-Babe Ruth Little League. Top dressing and shell hash were donated to repair low areas and holes in the outfield and replenish the warning track at Thompson Rotary and Michael fields in Vero Beach, Florida.

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Stewart Materials Successfully Supplies Town of Longboat Key

Florida’s recognized specialist supplier for large-scale, complex beach renourishment projects, Stewart Materials, Inc., (SMI), today announced it has successfully supplied custom beach sand to the Town of Longboat Key, Florida. Begun in April of this year and slated for a late September finish, the critical beach renourishment project concluded two-months ahead of schedule….

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Stewart Materials Selected Beach Sand Supplier

…November 2, 2015, Jupiter, Florida, U.S.A., Stewart Materials, Inc. announced it will supply specified beach sand for the Town of Jupiter Island’s annual contract for beach and dune restoration. Under the initial three-year contract, Stewart Materials’ custom beach sand will supply beach restoration and renourishment, reinforce previously constructed dune projects, and supply emergency sand placement for protection of roads and structures.

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