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I agree with Mr. Peterhaus with regard to the use of precast panels, providing a manufacturer can be found within a reasonable distance from Marco. They would be delivered to the job site completely cured with the strength quality controlled by proper curing, and will reduce the job time.
As lots continue to sell, it will become harder to find vacant lots, and eventually all seawall work will be performed from barges.
The used panels could be returned to the manufacturer on the same truck the new ones are delivered on. The used panels could be crushed and screened for aggregate in the new panels.
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