Alafia Bank WADS Project showing positive oyster/mangrove recruitment one year later

 Sponsor:             Florida  Audubon              Contractor:        Living Shoreline Solutions

This photo is taken by AllWinner

This photo is taken by AllWinner

This photo is taken by AllWinner

This photo is taken by AllWinner

This photo is taken by AllWinner

This photo is taken by AllWinner

This photo is taken by AllWinner

This photo is taken by AllWinner

Transient Dock Construction Begins

Installation of Transient Docks adjacent to Doc Ford’s restaurant begins 2021-1-28

The project is in response to community demand for more transient docking opportunities in concert with continued revitalization efforts of the downtown waterfront corridor. The proposed transient

dock will accommodate up to 25 recreational transient vessels in a combination of slip and side tie docking arrangements; this combination allows for flexibility in both length and width of the visiting vessels. The dock configuration comprises 14 30-foot long slips and a 200-foot long dock with berthing on both sides. The dock site is in the City’s Downtown Historic District adjacent to the St. Petersburg Pier – a multi-use venue first established in the early 1900s – in the Central Yacht Basin of the City’s Municipal Marina.

 

Transient docks aerial

 

 

Wilds Road Paving 2020-12-24

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Spoil Island Habitat Protection

LMA is currently permitting erosion control and habitat enhancement for 4 spoil islands for Florida Audubon.

3 of the islands are in Pinellas County and 1 is in Manatee County

Currently looking at WADS, Reef Balls and shell bag options

2020-10-21 Dot Dash Dit – Aerial Vegetation Exhibit

2020-10-21 Dogleg Key – Aerial Vegetation Exhibit

2020-10-21 Indian Rocks Beach South – Aerial Vegetation Exhibit

2020-10-21 Dunedin Sand Key West – Aerial vegetation exhibit

Cuzin’s Vehicle Storage Construction 2020-10-9

Construction Status 2020-10-9

COVID-19 Update

LMA is considered an essential business under the recently enacted Pinellas County ordinance and is not required to shut down.

However, in the interest of the safety of our employees, the LMA office will be closed to the general public.

Only employees and delivery personnel are allowed inside the facility.

Many of our employees are working from home such that the business can remain in operation.

Email is probably the best way to contact us during this period.

LANDON@LMAENGR.COM

MOREE@LMAENGR.COM

Stay Safe !!!!!!!!