Tag: dredging
  • NAO-2004-3740

    Expiration date: 11/28/2020

    The applicant proposes to dredge a minimal channel (1,937 cubic yards / 17,170 square feet) for access to navigable water. This project is taking place within the Lynnhaven River at 1020 and 1016 Witch Point Trail, City of Virginia Beach, Virginia. Public comment closes Nov. 28, 2020.

  • NAO-2018-00095

    Expiration date: 6/22/2020

    The applicant proposes to dredge, by mechanical method, no more than 402 cubic yards of material from an 18-foot wide by 164-foot long area to create a new navigation channel from the Edgewater Haven Municipal Channel to his residence in Norfolk. The new channel, at maximum depths of -4 feet MLW including over dredge, will impact 2,223 square feet of mudflat, 20 square feet of vegetated tidal wetlands and 2,627 square feet of subaqueous bottom. The applicant has reduced the channel to the minimum necessary to achieve the project purpose. Mitigation proffered consists of the purchase of 169 square feet of mitigation bank credits. A general dredged materials management plan has been provided.

  • CENAO-WR-R NAO-1994-1166

    Expiration date: 2/20/2020

    The Hampton Roads Connector Partners proposes to expand the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel (HRBT) by widening Route 64 for approximately 9.9 miles from Settlers Landing Road in Hampton to the I-564 interchange in Norfolk, Virginia. The project involves the construction of new bridges over Hampton Roads/lower James River, two new bored tunnels, expansion of the existing portal islands, and widening of the Willoughby Bay trestle-bridges, Bay Avenue bridges, and Oastes Creek bridges. The project will create an eight-lane facility with six consistent use lanes, including two new High Occupancy Toll (HOT) lanes.

  • NAO-2017-01269

    Expiration date: 10/12/2019

    The city of Virginia Beach proposes to modify their individual permit for the dredging and placement of beach nourishment along Chesapeake and Ocean Park beachs. The modification will place an additional 350,000 cubic yards of sand material along the shoreline, resulting in additional impacts to approximately 6.5 acres of intertidal non-vegetated wetlands and 26.5 acres of subaqueous bottom.

  • NAO-2019-00356/19-V0267

    Expiration date: 8/9/2019

    The applicant proposes to dredge 760 cubic yards of material to a depth of -3.5 MLLW from a 10-foot to 15-foot wide by 300-foot long access channel for navigation starting at 707 Greensboro Avenue in Virginia Beach, VA. The dredge cut and the 2x buffer would impact 0.08 acres of non-vegetated wetlands and 0.09 acres of subaqueous bottom.