seawall


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Synonyms for seawall

a protective structure of stone or concrete

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The seawall will also control erosion along the coastline and reduce the dangers from storm surges during strong typhoons.
'It could do good or could do bad..but we want to comply...So after this makita nato og if okay ba walay seawall or okay ba nga naay seawall (So after this, we would see this if it was okay without a seawall or with a seawall).
Volvo AB, a Sweden-based automaker, has deployed an environmentally friendly seawall along the coast of Sydney's harbour with the aim of improving biodiversity and water quality in the area.
Scarborough Council has appointed a contractor for the scheme at Robin Hood's Bay, which involves repairs to the large concrete seawall, which is approximately 160m long and 12-14m high, to the south of the village.
Board Chairman Kirby Fowler, and Seawall Development Principal Thibault Manekin announced the agreement at City Hall on Wednesday.
He said the works will cover about 500m of the seawall.
With Seawall, shipowners and managers are given the flexibility to determine the degree of coverage depending on the extent of digital risks to which the company is exposed.
The DENR ordered AWRSC to submit documents and permits relative to the reclamation and seawall construction as well as rehabilitate the damaged portion of the marine reserve.
By WINNIE ATIENOThe National Land Commission has made an about-turn regarding construction of a seawall in the Indian Ocean to protect the iconic Fort Jesus.NLC chairman Muhamad Swazuri who, together with Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho, had earlier opposed construction of the seawall, on Tuesday gave the National Museums of Kenya (NMK) the go-ahead to continue with the project after a series of meetings with its officials and those of Mombasa county government.
She dreams of building a seawall, something she believes will protect her community from increasingly high tides and sudden storm surges.
Six inch diameter conduits at over 330' in total length ran from the Main Stage to front of house, and then to the grandstands and the LED wall by the seawall.
The coastal resiliency project, a seven-mile long seawall stretching from Fort Wadsworth to Oakwood Beach, will protect communities from severe coastal flooding, while creating new wetland habitats and recreational amenities, including a promenade, biking and walking pathways and easy access to public beaches.
Seawall construction, pit dewatering and all other activities associated with restarting production are anticipated to take approximately 24 months to complete.
"The creek is a small part of the overall site, which is approximately 1.5 miles in length and includes the Laurence Harbor seawall and the western jetty at the Cheesequake Creek."
The seawall that is made of local soil and stones is an important water conservancy facility used for typhoons defense and tide resistance in coastal areas.