Table 90 (Concluded)
Construction and Rehabilitation History
The west breakwater shore arm had a crest el of
and a width
stone sizes were the same as those on the lakeward breakwater
Rehabilitation of a 1,251-ft-long portion of the west breakwater
(Figure 246, Section
I was performed. The
structure was built up
with additional stone to a crest el of 4-10 ft
and a crest width
and armor stone with a minimum weight of 3 tons and not less than
50 percent of 5 tons or more was placed.
A 1,552-ft-long portion of the west breakwater trunk was rehabili-
tated by the installation of additional stone to its original design
(Figures 24.6 and 247, Section A.
Rehabilitation of a 600-ft-long portion of the west breakwater (Fig-
ures 246 and
an 800-ft-long portion of the east
The rubble-mound portions of the breakwaters were repaired by the in-
of additional stone to original design specifications.
cellular steel sheet-pile shoreward east breakwater
extension (Figure 246, Sections J and K) was constructed. The cells
filled (Figure 249, Sections J and K) and had diameters
of about 30.2 (Section J) and 20.7 ft (Section K. They were capped
at an el of
ft lwd. Model testing was conducted
construction of this extension (Hudson and Wilson 1963).
Maintenance repair to the west breakwater was performed for a cost of
The structures are presently considered to be in fair condition. The
C , particularly, is in need of repair. An aerial
view of the Conneaut Harbor structures is shown in Figure 250.