SEAS is constantly on the move, in October SEAS survey crews were:
In Chicago, IL Walt Johnson and David Frey are performing multibeam hydrographic surveys of the Chicago Lock (the 4th busiest lock in the US), the harbor, the approach channel, the Chicago River through downtown Chicago.
In Miami, Florida Chris Gray and Len Gordon performed a multibeam hydrographic survey and Mobile LiDAR survey of the Miami Harbor pass and jetties. SEAS also performed topographic and hydrographic surveys of the entire Miami/Dade County beach for the Jacksonville District Corps of Engineers.
At Tyndall Air Force Base, Panama City Florida, SEAS crews led by Kent Stewart and Jerry Allen started a large topographic survey utilizing Mobile LiDAR for demolition and reconstruction on the base.
To update the Electronic Navigational Charts, SEAS scanned 150 miles of the Black Warrior and Tombigbee River utilizing Mobile LiDAR from our survey vessel the “SEAS ITALL” for the Louisville District Corps of Engineers.
A 101 mile boundary survey of Lake Seminole near Tallahassee, Florida also got underway in October for the Mobile District Corps of Engineers. This big project is being headed up by Brad Mainor, Dan Goehagan and Cody Hinezelman.
Cody Snow and crew started a 6 month beach renourishment construction project in Brevard County Florida in October for the Jacksonville District Corps of Engineers.
Finally, John Gustin IV, John Gustin III, Brad Mainor and Austin Youngblood flew to Andros Island, Bahamas to work on AUTEC Navy Base to survey for the demolition, design and construction of a large base housing project.