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Lucas Marine Construction - In The News

Lucas Marine Completes Two Islands in Fort Pierce Marina

Snook Island and Manatee Island are now complete at the Fort Pierce City Marina. Once the project is complete, Lucas Marine will have built a total of 12 islands in order to help protect the marina.

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Lucas Marine Completes Third Phase of Manatee Pocket Pedestrian Boardwalk

Lucas Marine completes the third phase of a pedestrian connection and boardwalk that will eventually link waterfront businesses in the Martin County enclave.

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Lucas Marine Completes Upgrades of a Vital Flood Control Structure in Port St. Lucie

An upgrade of a vital flood control structure in order to protect Port St. Lucie residents and businesses was recently completed by Lucas Marine. Inspections of the S-49 structure indicated vibration problems that impacted its operation

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SFWMD Upgrades Critical Port St. Lucie Flood Control Structure

PORT ST. LUCIE Port St. Lucie, FL The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) recently completed a major upgrade of a vital flood control structure in order to protect Port St. Lucie residents and businesses well into the future.

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Fort Pierce pushes ahead with plan to protect marina

FORT PIERCE Officials are moving forward with a plan to shield the city’s marina by creating storm protection barrier islands and rebuilding damaged docks.

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Lucas Marine of Stuart wins $6.3 million canal deepening project in Broward County

FORT LAUDERDALE Lucas Marine of Stuart won a $6.3 million contract Friday to deepen the Dania Cut Off Canal so mega yachts can gain access to several marine repair facilities in Broward County.

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City of Fort Pierce

The City of Fort Pierce employed the services of LMC on a project to stabilize the Virginia Avenue Outfall Canal.  This project was funded through a USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NCRS) Emergency Watershed Protection Program Grant.

This project was so sucessful that NRCS generated a video highlighting this development for submittal to Florida's State Representatives.

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Project of the Year Award - Indian River Pollution Control

The Marine Resources Council of East Florida recognized Indian River County as recipient of the Indian River Lagoon Project of the Year in commemoration for outstanding efforts to improve the health of the Indian River Lagoon.  Lucas Marine Construction is proud to have completed this project for Indian River County.

Click here to read more about this award:
www.mrcirl.org/winners.html




Environmental Enhancement Award

The Friends of the St. Sebastian River recognized Indian River County with the annual Environmental Enhancement Award for the Indian River Lagoon Project.  This award is presented to an individual, business or organization who the organization feels has done the most in the past year to improve or protect the environment.  Lucas Marine Construction is proud to have partnered with Indian River County on the Indian River Pollution Control project to enhance our environment.  We congratulate Indian River County on receiving this award.

Click here to read the newsletter article by Friends of St. Sebastian River:
home.comcast.net/~fssr/newsletters/0109-1.htm




Filtration System-Indian River County

A filtration system-the first of its type- is doing its job.  More than 100 tons of plants and trash along with six truckloads of dirt that would have gone into Indian River Lagoon, were removed by the trash rake filtration system.
Click here to read the TC Palm story about this Lucas Marine project:
www.tcpalm.com/news/2008/dec/27/filltration-system-reveals-drainage-canals-02/




Bay Street Construction on Schedule

Click here to read the Jacsksonville Daily Record news article on this Lucas Marine Construction project:

 http://www.jaxdailyrecord.com/showstory.php?Story_id=50264




Canal Water Cleanup Effort Starts this Week

Click here for TC Palm News Story on Lucas Marine Construction Project

www.tcpalm.com/news/2007/oct/07/30-canal-water-clean-up-effort-starts-this-week




Stormwater Project Ahead of Schedule

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www.tcpalm.com/news/2007/dec/28/stormwater-project-ahead-of-schedule/




Canal Cleaning Site to Open by June

Click here for TC Palm News Story on Lucas Marine Construction Project

  www.tcpalm.com/news/2008/jan/11/canal-cleaning-site-to-open-by-june/




Canal Pollution on Way to Being Cleaned Up

Click here for TC Palm News Story on Lucas Marine Construction Project

    www.tcpalm.com/news/2007/oct/17/30canal-pollution-on-way-to-being-cleaned-up/