This project will consist of placing sediment, hydraulically dredged from Lake Pontchartrain, in open water sites to a height of +1.2 NAVD 88. Several historic marsh ponds have been identified and would be restored. Tidal creeks were also designed to connect these ponds to facilitate water exchange and access to fisheries. In addition, shoreline protection was provided using articulated concrete block mats for a portion of the containment dike exposed to open water. Containment dikes will be sufficiently gapped or degraded to allow for fisheries access no later than three (3) years post construction. DDG is responsible for construction administration duties which include review of shop drawings and submittals, preparation of field changes, change orders, review of invoices (including Davis Bacon Act responsibilities) construction progress meetings, and final inspections.