This project consists of the permitting, surveying, engineering, and design of a parallel Lock, at the existing South Gulf Cove Locks location. This project will be funded through the SGC MSBU tax money. The Parallel Locks Project was initiated by request of the SGC MSBU due to the need for additional access in and out of the SGC waterway system. With the population steadily growing in Florida, specifically in this area, there is a growing number of boaters. Resulting in a higher traffic volume level through the existing lock. There have been reoccurring maintenance issues with the existing lock, with periods of downtime. It's because of these issues that this project is being initiated. To provide additional and timelier access and a secondary option of access in and out of the system.
Project Location15801 Cattle Dock Point Road, South Gulf Cove. In the Butterford Waterway at the SGC Turn Basin.
Project ImpactsPossible delays of navigation during construction. Additional ingress and egress once complete.
DMK the consultant engineer for this project has provided 60% plans and is working towards 90%. DMK is also working to obtain the federal permit or exemption from the Army Corps of Engineer, required for construction. ACOE is reviewing the project for determination on whether this requires a permit. Correspondence between the Consultant Engineer and Army Corps of Engineers is ongoing in pursuit of obtaining a permit or exemption. County staff has completed a full review of 60% electrical and mechanical plans. County staff has submitted 60% comments to the EOR. The EOR continues to work on responses to those comment and progresses towards 90% plans. The county has decided to include a Tender House into the design features. The county received a draft scope for the Tender House design for review. The county will provide comments on the Tender House design scope in prep to finalize the scope and fees for this change order.
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