U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District: First Bi-Partisan Infrastructure Law Project Complete
Two man-made cuts, called Dynamite Cut and Old River Run, in the salt marsh in Camden County, Georgia, located approximately 10 miles south of Brunswick were recently closed as the first Bi-partisan Infrastructure Law project to be completed. Each cut closure structure will be made of riprap, which are large rocks typically used to protect shoreline structures. The project is estimated to use approximately 8,000 tons for Dynamite Cut and 2,800 tons for Old River Run.

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