On September 24, 2019 the Board of County Commissioner (BCC) approved the 2019 Beach Renourishment Project. Contract 19-7654 was awarded to Earth Tech Enterprises, Inc. to haul and place sand on Park Shore, North Park Shore and Clam Pass beaches. Stewart Mining in Immokalee will provide sand for the project through a separate existing material supply contract. Construction Engineering Inspection (CEI) will be performed by Collier County Coastal Zone Management (CZM) with third party auditing and quality assurance provided by APTIM Engineering.
The project will utilize the Horizon Way beach access to place half of the sand on the southern half of the project and the Gulf Shore Beach pedestrian access to place the remaining half of the sand via conveyor on the north end of the Project. Mobilization and staging will begin on October 7, 2019 (Gulf Shore Access) and October 12, 2019 (Horizon Way). Both locations will have sand hauling and placement begin on October 16, 2019 with an anticipated completion date of January 1, 2020. This project will also employ electronic truck tracking to control route traffic to and from the Immokalee mine.
Staff is working with the Collier County Sheriff’s Office, Lee County Sheriff’s Office and the City of Naples Police Department to inspect trucks, define staging areas and provide maintenance of traffic support.
Hours of operations will be 7 days a week from sunup to sundown. Beach closure notices were issued on September 30, 2019 and October 2, 2019.
The 2019 Beach Renourishment Project to haul and place sand on Park Shore, North Park Shore, and Clam Pass beaches is underway. Watch the video under the Videos section below for an overview on the project.
Q: How many tons of sand will be used for this Renourishment Project?
A: 165,000 tons of sand for the Clam Pass, North Park Shore and Park Shore will be used for this beach renourishment.
Q: How many truck trips per day is anticipated?
A: We anticipate 70 trucks with 3 to 4 turns a day. Approximately 7,500 one-way trips for the entire project.
Q: When will beach access be closed?
A: Beach closure notices issued on 9/20/19 and 10/2/19; beach access shutdown on 10/7/19 (Gulf shore Access) and 10/14/19 (Horizon Way) for staging and mobilization.
Q: When is the truck haul scheduled to stat?
A: Truck hauling is scheduled to start on 10/16/19.
Q: What is the day and time schedule for truck hauling?
A: Truck hauling and beach renourishment will be 7 days a week from sunup to sundown.
Q: What is the anticipated completion date?
A: Anticipated project completion date is scheduled for 1/1/2020.
Q: What is the truck haul history?
A: History of successful truck haul projects conducted safely and on schedule with no incidents since 2013.
Q: How much is the 2019 beach renourishment expected to cost?
A: The Board of County Commissioners approved the $3,579,500 bid by Earth Tech Enterprises, Inc. for the beach renourishment truck haul at Clam Pass, North Park Shore and Park Shore at their 9/24/2019 meeting. In addition, the sand cost is estimated to be approximately $1.4 million , engineering approximately $300,000, and the construction engineering and inspection service approximately $100,000. An additional $100,9000 has bee set aside for any contingencies.
Collier County 2019 Beach Renourishment Project
Coastal Zone Management Section
Capital Project Planning Building
Gary McAlpin, P.E. Manager..........................(239) 252-5342...........................Gary.McAlpin@cfolliercountyfl.gov
Clint Perryman, Project Manager...................(239) 252-4245...........................Clint.Perryman@colliercountyfl.gov
Gail Hambright, Accountant...........................(239) 252-2966.......................... Gail.Hambright@colliercountyfl.gov