Segment III Beach Renourishment - Shore Protection Project
A Public Meeting to discuss the project was held at the Cultural Community Center, 410 SE 3rd St, Hallandale Beach on Thursday, October 26th at 6pm.
The much awaited Segment III Beach Renourishment - Shore Protection project is scheduled to begin on November 1st in the City of Hallandale Beach. The project is expected to place approximately 300,000 cubic yards of upland sand along the Hallandale Beach shoreline, with a 100% cost share by the federal government through their Flood Control and Costal Emergencies (FCCE) program in response to recovery from Hurricane Irma.
Staging and beach access for the work in Hallandale Beach will be at South City Beach Park. The contractor completing the work is Continental Heavy Civil Corporation (CHC). CHC began setting up the staging area on October 23rd. This includes installing temporary fencing and temporarily removing some site amenities to ensure a clear access to and from the beach.
Work will be done primarily Monday through Friday as well as some Saturdays depending on need. No work will be done on Sundays. The project is anticipated to take 3 months to complete. During the project, CHC will have flaggers on site to ensure public safety and provide beach access between the trucks.
A secondary portion of Segment III will be to place a secondary dune system to stabilize the beachfront where feasible. This secondary dune system will be consistent with the City’s Dune Management Plan and is pending final design and approvals. Work will begin once the plan is finalized after the Segment III project is complete.
Click here to read the Beach Renourishment Project to Transform Hallandale Beach with Federal Support press release.
Click here to read the Letter to Upland Condominium Owners on Beach Renourishment 10/26/23