US Army Corps of Engineers
Jacksonville District

Jacksonville Harbor, FL DMDF

March 2019

 

 

FACT SHEET

 

Jacksonville Harbor, FL DMDF

Construction (C)

Congressional Districts: 3, 4, 5

 

 

1. DESCRIPTION

There are two active Dredge Material Disposal Facilities (DMDFs) associated with Jacksonville Harbor, Bartram Island and Buck Island. Bartram Island is used for placement of Federal and Non-Federal dredged material that is unsuitable for beneficial reuse. Buck Island is used for construction grade material which has beneficial uses and can be offloaded via roadway.

 

 

2. FUNDING

Estimated Total Cost $34,900,000 
Estimated Federal Cost   $26,186,000
Allocation thru FY18  $26,186,000
Allocation for FY19 $0
President’s Budget FY20 $0

 

 

3. SPONSOR

 

Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT)
2831 Talleyrand Avenue 
Jacksonville, FL  32206-3496

 

4. STATUS
There are no active dike raising contracts at this time. Placement into these locations continues on an annual basis in support of the Jacksonville Harbor federal channel operations & maintenance. The material in Buck Island is reused through regional sediment management for various road construction projects in Jacksonville.

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