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Tag: American Sugar Refining Inc
  • PN-24-05 NAB-2022-61591-M54 (American Sugar Refining, Inc., Demolition & Reconstruction)

    Expiration date: 3/13/2024

    Comment Period: February 12, 2024 to March 13, 2024. Description: To remove 5,250 square feet of an existing pile support concrete relieving platform, to construct 310 square feet of new concrete relieving platform, to construct a steel king pile bulkhead along 620 linear feet of existing failing timber bulkhead, to construct four (4) 18-inch underwater intake pipes with screens, to construct four (4) 24-inch stormwater outfalls, and construct 1,621 square feet of pipe supports for the water intake system and steel grating walkway, with all work and structures extending a maximum of 31.5 feet channelward of approximate mean high-water shoreline. Contact: Mr. Zachary Fry at 410-962-6080 or

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