Arnold’s Cove Wharf Rehabilitation
In June of 2009, Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWSGC) hired a consultant to perform a conditional inspection of the existing wharf structures within the harbour, in order to determine the overall condition of the structures, both above and below water. If necessary, the consultant was also tasked with proposing repair/reconstruction recommendations.
The inspection revealed that many of the wharf structures were in a severely damaged and deteriorated condition and required substantial repairs in order to be brought back to a safe working condition. The following paper will outline the steps taken to repair/replace the Arnold’s Cove harbour structures, and rehabilitate the harbour back to a working condition.
Rutter Incorperated, “Design of New Finger Pier#1/Marginal Wharf and Finger Pier #2 In Arnold’s Cove, NL”, April, 2010.
Public Works and Government Services Canada, “Breakwater Construction: Arnold’s Cove, NL: Environmental Registration Document”, August, 2010. http://www.env.gov.nl.ca/env/env_assessment/projects/Y2010/1525/1525_registration.pdf
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