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Daytona Beach Pier could get an expansion, renovations and artificial reef nearby

WGI is assisting Daytona Beach in exploring options for a new pier, including building renovations and new uses of the park that overlooks the beach.
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Big changes could be coming to the Daytona Beach Pier, the historic building that sits atop the wooden span and Breakers Oceanfront Park. An artificial reef could even be constructed a short distance off shore to improve surfing and calm waves that batter the nearly 100-year iconic pier.

Daytona Pier
Photo credit: Nigel Cook / Daytona Beach News-Journal

The city is teaming with WGI to study the feasibility and costs of several possible changes. The firm will explore constructing a new pier, bolstering the existing 740-foot-long span, making an addition to the city-owned structure, renovating the building that houses Joe’s Crab Shack and establishing new uses of the park that overlooks the beach.

Click here to read the full article on the Daytona Beach News-Journal.

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