Work continues on the Fourth Avenue North Deepwater Ocean Outfall Project in Myrtle Beach on Monday, April 4, 2016. The crews are finishing the project of installing two 84-inch pipes underground stretching about 1,100 feet into the ocean. The pipes, while connecting to other pipes around 4th Avenue North, will carry stormwater into the ocean. The cost estimate for the project is more than $10 million. The city currently has three other deepwater ocean outfalls located at 25th Avenue South, 14th Avenue North and 52nd Avenue North.
Work continues on the Fourth Avenue North Deepwater Ocean Outfall Project in Myrtle Beach on Monday, April 4, 2016. The crews are finishing the project of installing two 84-inch pipes underground stretching about 1,100 feet into the ocean. The pipes, while connecting to other pipes around 4th Avenue North, will carry stormwater into the ocean. The cost estimate for the project is more than $10 million. The city currently has three other deepwater ocean outfalls located at 25th Avenue South, 14th Avenue North and 52nd Avenue North. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
Work continues on the Fourth Avenue North Deepwater Ocean Outfall Project in Myrtle Beach on Monday, April 4, 2016. The crews are finishing the project of installing two 84-inch pipes underground stretching about 1,100 feet into the ocean. The pipes, while connecting to other pipes around 4th Avenue North, will carry stormwater into the ocean. The cost estimate for the project is more than $10 million. The city currently has three other deepwater ocean outfalls located at 25th Avenue South, 14th Avenue North and 52nd Avenue North. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com

Myrtle Beach ocean outfall project expected to wrap up by May

April 04, 2016 06:37 PM

UPDATED April 05, 2016 07:11 AM

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