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  • NAO-2000-02761

    Expiration date: 6/17/2019

    Huntington Ingalls Industries (Newport News Shipbuilding) proposes to modify its existing dredge permit that standardized dredge depths to include a new wharf and 400’ x 3,700’ channel at its Joint Manufacturing Facility’s north end. The modification is to accommodate a need to moor and load ocean-transport barges as part of Columbia Class submarine construction and will require the removal of 1.12 million cubic yards of subaqueous bottom.

  • CENAO-WR-O-190105

    Expiration date: 5/31/2019

    Pursuant to Section 103 of the Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act (MPRSA) of 1972, this Public Notice serves as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk District (Corps) notification relating to proposed placement of suitable dredged material at Dam Neck Ocean Disposal Site (DNODS).

  • NAO-2010-0404

    Expiration date: 10/9/2018

    Virginia Port Authority, has requested to widen the southern access channel further than what was previously authorized to allow enough room for the turning of Ultra Large Container Vessels (ULCV) outside of the federal channel, maintaining navigation in the proximity of Norfolk International Terminals.

  • NAO-2005-04051

    Expiration date: 8/9/2018

    The City of Hampton proposes to replace an existing vinyl sheet pile jetty with a stone jetty, and to expand an existing stone jetty at the Salt Ponds Inlet in Hampton, VA. In addition, the City of Hampton proposes to maintenance dredge and expand the existing Salt Ponds Inlet navigation channel between the newly improved jetty structures.

  • NAO-2017-01821

    Expiration date: 7/12/2018

    The applicant proposes to maintenance dredge the Back River Navigation Channel in Hampton, Virginia. The project involves maintenance dredging approximately 2,346,240 square feet of subaqueous bottom to a maximum depth of – 15 feet mean low water, including overdredge. Each maintenance dredging event will mechanically dredge approximately 205,000 cubic yards of material. The dredge material will be transported via bottom dump scow to be disposed of in the Norfolk Ocean Disposal site.