Table 80 (Concluded)
Construction and Rehabilitation History
stone and a concrete cap was installed. The width of the pier varied
from 24 to 28 ft, and the crest el ranged from
A 341-ft-long portion of the west pier was repaired (Figures 210 and
211, Section C) in the same manner as the 1950 repairs.
A 390-ft-long portion of the west pier was repaired (Figures 210 and
211, Section G) in a manner similar to the 1950 and 1951 repairs.
The structure width, however, was 34.7 ft, and the crest el was
Reconstruction of the portion of the west pier adjacent to the Corps
disposal area (Figure 210) was completed. The rubble- mound portion
o f the pier (Section E) was raised to an el of
ft lwd and had
a crest el of 8 ft (Figure 211). The steel sheet-pile encased por-
tion of the pier (Sections C and
included the installation of
stone adjacent to the containment side o f the pier (Figure 211). The
crest el of the stone structure was 10.25 ft lwd, and the crest width
was 8.5 ft. A parapet was installed at an el of
ft on the en-
cased structure adjacent to the stone crest.
Many repairs have been performed during the structure's lifetime, and
they are considered to be in fair condition. An aerial photo of the
Huron Harbor structures is shown in Figure 213.