In early April, construction broke ground on Area 6 of the Portsmouth Seawall Replacement Project. This phase of the seawall replacement is scheduled to last until July 2022. It includes 614 linear feet of seawall and 127 H-piles. So far, demolition, structural excavation, and erosion and sediment control have taken place. Sheet pile and H-pile installation is expected to begin mid-May. The section for Area 6 has a similar design as previous phases. It will of course include a new sheet pile bulkhead wall, concrete pile cap, electrical, concrete boardwalk and handrails which will mirror the already completed sections. Crofton will have several pieces of equipment on site to assist with production including the Mani 8 (a Manitowoc 4100 crane barge), material barges, the Little Sam (push boat), and a long reach excavator for rip-rap removal. Dan Klunk will serve as site superintendent and has been involved in multiple phases of production for several years. We are grateful to take part in the revitalization of a Portsmouth landmark and thank the crews and vendors for their commitment to its success!