Canaveral Harbor NOTU Dredging (O&M)

June 2021

FACT SHEET

Canaveral Harbor NOTU Dredging (O&M)
Operations and Maintenance
Congressional District: 8

1. DESCRIPTION

The project effort involves maintenance dredging from the United States Navy (USN) portions of five areas at Canaveral Harbor (aka Port Canaveral): Cut 1A, Navy Trident Turning Basin (TTB), Trident Access Channel (TAC), Middle Turning Basin (MTB), and the Entrance Channel Widener. The TAC and TTB will be dredged to the maintenance depth of -41 foot (ft) mean low lower water (MLLW) with a 2-foot paid overdredge depth, -43 ft MLLW. The Cut IA and the Navy Entrance Channel Widener will be dredged to the maintenance depth of -44-foot MLL W with a 2-foot paid overdredge depth, -46 ft MLL W.

2. FUNDING

Allocation for FY21 (Navy) $2,731,000
President's Budget FY22 $1,695,000

 

3. SPONSOR

Command Navy Region Southeast

Naval Air Station Jacksonville

919, Jacksonville, FL 32212

 

4. STATUS

An O&M dredging contract combining NOTU and the Canaveral Harbor civil works project is scheduled to be awarded in August 2021 with work scheduled to complete summer of 2022.  It is anticipated that 100k cubic yards of material will be removed from the Trident Access Channel and Turning Basins.

Canaveral Harbor -The project effort involves maintenance dredging from the United States Navy (USN) portions of five areas at Canaveral Harbor (aka Port Canaveral)