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Duck Before Beach Nourishment
Duck After Beach Nourishment
Southern Shores Before Beach Nourishment
Southern Shores After Beach Nourishment
Nags Head Before Beach Nourishment
Nags Head After Beach Nourishment

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Beaches in the towns of Duck, Southern Shores, Kitty Hawk and Kill Devil Hills have been named as Best Restored Beaches for 2018 by the American Shore and Beach Preservation Association (ASBPA).  The award highlights the value of restored beaches and the crucial role they play in providing wide and beautiful beaches that attract people from around the world. 

 

Town of Duck

Project was completed on June 28, 2017
1.7 miles of shoreline, from Oyster Catcher Lane to the Army Corps of Engineers Field Research Facility at a cost of 14.1 million dollars. For more information about the 2017 Beach Nourishment Project in the Town of Duck, click here. 

 

Town of Kitty Hawk

Project was completed on October 21, 2017
3.58 miles of shoreline, from the Southern Shores to Kill Devil Hills town lines at a construction cost of 18.2 million dollars. Click here for more information about the project in Kitty Hawk.

 

Town of Kill Devil Hills

Project was completed on July 27, 2017
2.6 miles of shoreline, from the Kitty Hawk town line to Prospect Avenue at a construction cost of 8.4 million dollars. For more information on the 2017 Beach Nourishment project in the Town of Kill Devil Hills, click here.

 

bn_southernshoresTown of Southern Shores

Project was completed on August 6, 2017.
2,500 feet of shoreline, from the Kitty Hawk town line to 44 Ocean Boulevard at a cost of 1 million dollars. For more information about the 2017 Beach Nourishment project in Southern Shores, click here. 

 

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Hatteras Island - Buxton

Project was completed on February 27, 2018
2.9 miles of shoreline from the "Haulover" north of Buxton to the oceanfront groin at the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse at a cost of 22.1 million dollars. Weeks Marine pumped the final load of sand at the northern end of the nourishment project on Tuesday, February 27, 2018. All 2.6 million cubic yards of sand have now been placed along the stretch of beach that runs 2.9 miles from the “haulover” north of Buxton to the    oceanfront groin at the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse.

Town of Nags Head

Project was completed in 2011
Over 4.5 million cubic yards of sand was placed along the designated ten-mile shoreline project area.

 

Mirlo Beach

Project was completed in September 2014
Beach nourishment was completed by NCDOT in September 2014 to protect a section of N.C. 12, locally known as “S-Curves” or “S-Turns” north of Rodanthe on Hatteras Island. In conjunction with NCDOT, crews with Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company, LLC completed dredging and placed 1.7 million cubic yards of sand along the shoreline in the designated project area.

 

Video - Highway NC 12 Protection on Hatteras Island