The beach renourishment project begins in Surfside Beach on Monday. The pipes are between 1st and 2nd Avenues North and the work continues toward Myrtle Beach State Park. There will be 500 feet of material pumped in per day. There are walk-throughs provided between the pipes and beachgoers are asked not to walk or mess with the pipes. The project will last around 30 days. After the section from the state park to Surfside Beach Pier is complete, the southern portion of the beach renourishment will begin from the pier into Garden City Beach. The southern project is also scheduled to last around 30 days.
The beach renourishment project begins in Surfside Beach on Monday. The pipes are between 1st and 2nd Avenues North and the work continues toward Myrtle Beach State Park. There will be 500 feet of material pumped in per day. There are walk-throughs provided between the pipes and beachgoers are asked not to walk or mess with the pipes. The project will last around 30 days. After the section from the state park to Surfside Beach Pier is complete, the southern portion of the beach renourishment will begin from the pier into Garden City Beach. The southern project is also scheduled to last around 30 days. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
The beach renourishment project begins in Surfside Beach on Monday. The pipes are between 1st and 2nd Avenues North and the work continues toward Myrtle Beach State Park. There will be 500 feet of material pumped in per day. There are walk-throughs provided between the pipes and beachgoers are asked not to walk or mess with the pipes. The project will last around 30 days. After the section from the state park to Surfside Beach Pier is complete, the southern portion of the beach renourishment will begin from the pier into Garden City Beach. The southern project is also scheduled to last around 30 days. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com

What’s that machine in the water? A long-awaited beach project starts in Surfside

July 17, 2017 6:36 PM