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Westshore Waterways Improvement Project

Westshore Waterways
Improvement Project

The City of Tampa's Westshore Waterways Improvement Project will include removal of sediment buildup in a number of canals located on the west side of the Interbay Peninsula. Maintenance dredging of these canals, few of which have had routine maintenance since originally excavated and filled into finger channels in the 1940s and 1950s, will improve the environmental quality of the Bay and promote tidal flushing within the canals.  

The City of Tampa has selected Duncan Seawall Dock and Boatlift, LLC, via applicable State and Federal statutes, as the Construction Manager at Risk for the work. Permitting activities and preparation of a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) proposal are underway. Dredge activities will begin subsequent to finalization of permits and acceptance of the GMP.  

Project updates will be provided on this website. Please check routinely for any updated information on the City's Westshore Waterways Improvement Project.

 

View the January 28, 2013 Waterways Project Update (1.24 MB PDF)

View the September 18, 2013 Waterways Project Update (1.24 MB PDF)

View the July 24, 2013 Waterways Project Update (1.24 MB PDF)

View the July 12, 2013 Waterways Project Update (1.24 MB PDF)

View the April 22, 2013 Waterways Project Update (1.24 MB PDF)

View the April 04, 2013 Waterways Project Update (1.24 MB PDF)

View the February 19, 2013 Waterways Project Update (841 KB PDF)

View the November 30, 2012 Waterways Project Update (1.24 MB PDF)

View the September 27, 2012 Waterways Project Update (408 KB PDF)

View the July 19, 2012 public information meeting materials (3.4 MB PDF)

View the October 20, 2010 materials (30 MB PDF)

 
C urtis Hixon Waterfront Park

Zack Street Promenade of the Arts

The City of Tampa, in conjunction with its consultants, Graham-Booth Landscape Architecture are developing a Concept Plan for the development of Zack St. as a pedestrian friendly with an emphasis on the integration of Public Art into the streetscape. Improvements will not only benefit this corridor but enhance its role as a gateway into the Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park and surrounding the Cultural Arts District area. Development of the Concept Plan through start of construction of Phase 1 for the project is planned for FY2011.

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