2018-07-20 Union Tribune Sand replenishment project — part of lagoon restoration — complete BY PHIL DIEHL Officials celebrated the completion of another big North County beach replenishment project Tuesday and a milestone in the $120 million restoration of the San Elijo Lagoon. To prepare for the restoration, workers dug nearly 440,000 cubic yards of clean sand… [Read more]
2018-07-17 Cardiff State Beach Awarded One of Nation’s Best Restored Read story on the San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy blog.
CARDIFF STATE BEACH NAMED ONE OF NATION’S BEST RESTORED North County Beach Sand Replenishment Efforts Complete As surfers and early morning beachgoers made their way down the Cardiff State Beach strand, local elected officials and representatives from SANDAG, Caltrans, the American Shore & Beach Preservation Association, California State Parks, and the San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy… [Read more]
See story at NBC San Diego.
RESTORATION GROUNDBREAKING 29 November 2017: 11 am -1 pm Ceremony at San Elijo Lagoon Nature Center
Busy week getting ready for the SELR Restoration. Close to contract execution and start of construction!
Del Mar Times by Joe Tash A construction crew is digging up thousands of cubic yards of dirt from a former parking lot next to the Del Mar Fairgrounds as part of an ambitious plan to restore the property to a tidal wetland, as it existed long before humans began developing the North County coast…. [Read more]
AGC recognized 15 member companies with an Aon Build America Award. For more than 20 years, these prestigious and coveted awards were given to projects selected by a panel of a contractor’s toughest critics: other contractors. Here are this year’s winners.
The Associated General Contractors of America San Diego chapter honored local companies for excelling in business, striving for safety and making personal contributions during the group’s recent annual installation dinner.
Coastal wetlands project shows progress halfway to completion DEL MAR – The birds are already casing the place, despite the rumbling excavators and bulldozers busily digging and hauling soil along a network of dirt roads. They are endangered California least terns, and when the machinery is gone, there will be nesting sites for them and… [Read more]
$86M job is to restore 440 acres of San Dieguito River Valley DEL MAR —- Attention coastal commuters: That fleet of heavy equipment clearing brush and digging holes in the San Dieguito River Valley at Via de la Valle is not preparing the ground for a shopping mall.
DEL MAR —- After nearly 15 years of planning, legal wrangling and securing permits, an $86 million restoration of the San Dieguito Lagoon is to begin this month. Read full article here.