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Beach Nourishment on Singer Island

- Mobilized within 72 hours with 2 crews
- Constructed 4,100 ft of dune
- Project completed ahead of schedule
- June through November 2007
- Project costs $2.3M

Singer Island was a project that required 120K tons of sand to be hauled and placed. Initially 62K tons of sand was placed in June 2007 by Eastman Aggregates due to Tropical Storm Andrea.

In November 2007, Tropical Storm Noel created beach erosion requiring Palm Beach County to issue an Emergency Response. The County contracted Eastman Aggregates to place, convey and grade sand. Within 72 hours of receiving notification, Eastman was on the severely eroded beach and operating 2 separate crews.

Due to limited access, our construction crews utilized our Sand Transfer System allowing the sand to be conveyed at a rate of 3,000 tons per day. A total of 60K tons was successfully placed in 23 days.

Conveyor System
Conveyor System
Beach Restoration

(561) 969-7147

Lake Worth Office

(772) 336-9663

Fort Pierce Office

Eastman Aggregate Enterprises

3705 Bellevue Avenue Lake Worth, Florida 33461