Hilton Head Island Beachfill Plan Modified

The Town of Hilton Head Island has once again revised its schedule for the completion of the remaining segments of the Beach Renourishment Project.

The revision comes as a result of weather related delays encountered since September 9, including the passage of Tropical Storm Julia, and unexpected mechanical repairs and the planned relocation of the dredge within the approved Barrett Shoals borrow site.

Work on the southern half of the central oceanfront beach will continue to advance northward before stopping adjacent to southern Palmetto Dunes.

The active work site is currently located near Robin Street in North Forest Beach. This section is now expected to be complete by mid-October.

Work on the northern half of the central oceanfront beach, from southern Palmetto Dunes to Singleton Beach is now expected to take place from mid-October to mid-November.

The work here will start at Singleton Beach and advance southward to the tie in.

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