APTIM/Coastal Planning & Engineering, Inc.
February 16, 2017 presentation
A presentation with question and answer session by and with the Beach Nourishment Consultants, Coastal Planning and Engineering and GLDD will take place on Thursday, February 16 at 9:00 a.m. in the KDH Meeting Room at the Administration Building, 102 Town Hall Drive off Colington Road. This meeting is open to the public and all interested parties are welcome to attend. A recording of the session is available on the Town’s website, www.kdhnc.com and on the YouTube channel. Or, you can watch the video below:
PowerPoint Show on How the Beach Nourishment Project will be Constructed and What can be Expected on Our Beaches Once Nourishment is Complete
Selection of Our Beach Nourishment Primary Consultants
In 2011 the Town of Kill Devil Hills sought requests for qualifications to create a Shore Protection Plan and Beach Nourishment Project. Five firms submitted qualifications and a Review Team, comprised of Mayor Ray Sturza and Planning Director Greg Loy, after considering all submittals recommended the Board of Commissioners negotiate with Coastal Planning & Engineering, Inc. (CPE) for consulting services related to the project.
In August 2011 the Board of Commissioners authorized CPE to perform tasks associated with interagency coordination meetings, the goal of which was to narrow the scope of permitting and review requirements by resource agencies such as the Army Corps of Egnineergs and the North Carolina Division of Coastal Management.
A second contract with CPE was authorized by the Board of Commissioners on April 9, 2012 for preparation of Project Information Document for the purpose of describing in detail the conceptual beach plan proposed by the Town of Kill Devil Hills including the length of the beach nourishment project, density of fill, dimensions of the fill, sand sources, construction methods, and an inventory of the available biological and physical data.
You may access the Request for Qualifications, the two agreements between the Town and CPE, and the minutes of the Board of Commissioners meetings at which they were considered that follow. These are both large files: