Seahurst Project

BeI9sb5CAAE0vXr.jpg_largeThe folks at Burien Parks are reporting that all of the seawall to be removed for the restoration at Seahurst Park has now been taken away from the site by barge. Work appears to be on track to be completed by the Spring. Here’s more from their website:
Most of the large rock material previously lining the beaches has been stockpiled and is currently being crushed to various sizes. This material is being recycled to be used for road and pathway base material, and other structural functions. A large amount of the beach grading has occurred and significant volumes of beach gravel has been imported and placed along the beaches. The tide-dependent tasks, such as beach grading and placement of materials at low tides, or docking of the barge to remove or deliver materials at high tides still continue with much occurring at night and early mornings. In the short term, night work can be anticipated Monday through Thursday, January 20 through January 23.
More project photos may be viewed here; read our previous coverage here.]]>

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