The primary purpose of the Structure Inspection Program (SIP) is to systematically inspect all District owned and maintained water control structures. The information gathered during these inspections is critical in helping the District ensure the operational and structural integrity of these structures in order to avoid partial or total failure that may lead to safety concerns or substantial property damage.
First observed near Virginia Key in late 2014, the SCTLD has since spread the entire extent of the Florida Reef Tract. Callaway Marine Technologies was partnered with FDEP, NOAA and FWC on this Coral Rescue Effort. CMT has performed reconnaissance biological surveys for FWC to identify potential donor sites. The surveys included the identification of at-risk species, coral size and a health assessment. In addition, CMT has participated in coral collection activities.
Callaway Marine Technologies was contracted to perform environmental mitigation activities for the Port of Miami. These included fabricating and placing 90 DERM artificial reef modules (approx. 30,000 lbs) in an offshore permitted artificial reef placement site. In addition, CMT's team relocated over 1,500 coral colonies (scleractinian and octocorals) from the Port of Miami to two artificial reef site in offshore Miami Dade.
CMT's commercial dive team installed 270 anodes on four berths at Port Everglades. In addition, the team performed several underwater repairs of the bulkheads.
CMT's underwater inspection team recently performed a detailed (Level I and Level II) underwater engineering inspection of the Juno Pier.
Callaway Marine Technologies, Inc. (CMT) was contracted to perform underwater repairs of the Berth 7 dock at Port Manatee. Prior to performing the repairs CMT had to perform an underwater inspection of the dock in order to confirm the required repairs. Furthermore, CMT performed additional inspections and identified other areas of concern.
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