|Slope to be repaired along PCH|
|Example of shotcrete being applied to slopes along PCH at Las Tunas State Beach|
We ask motorists and cyclists to share the road in the work zone and Be Work Zone Alert.
The sea wall will be 20-foot tall and 150-feet wide. The contractor will insert steel rebars into the slope, spray shotcrete onto the exposed slopes, and rearrange rocks that are already on the beach to help protect the bottom (toe) of the slope.
Union Engineering, Inc. of Santa Maria, California was awarded this $291,000 contract that is funded by the State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP).