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Jupiter/Carlin Beach Project

Jupiter Inlet south to the southern boundary of Carlin Park

Picture of beach construction project 

    

Current Project

Full Nourishment Project UPDATE: NOVEMBER 10, 2021
  • ​​​The Florida Department of Environmental Protection Notice to Proceed for the project was issued November 4th. 
  • The Contractor plans to begin mobilizing equipment to the Carlin Park staging area Monday November 15th. 
  • The hopper dredge Liberty Island  is currently estimated to arrive and begin dredging operations the last week of November. 

Fact Sheet October 2021​​

History

Dredging Project COMPLETED APRIL 2021

​The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in partnership the Jupiter Inlet District and with the Florida Inland Navigation District performed maintenance dredging of the Intracoastal Waterway and Jupiter Inlet where approximately 210,000 cubic yards of sand was placed in the northern Jupiter/Carlin project area.

Nourishment Project COMPLETED JANUARY 2020

ERM's Beaches Program managed a nourishment project to replace areas of the beachfront lost during Hurricane Irma.  Approximately 500,000 cubic yards of sand was pumped onshore and formed into a 1.05 mile long restored beach spanning from south of Jupiter Inlet to the southern boundary of Carlin Park.