The Jekyll Island Revetment Rehabilitation Project consists of reworking and rebuilding approximately 9,800 linear feet of the beach’s existing revetment on the north-eastern side of the island. The original revetment structure was constructed in the 1960s-70s and suffered significant damage during Hurricane Matthew and Irma in 2016 and 2017. S.J. Hamill is responsible for furnishing and delivering approximately 46,000 tons of new armor stone to re-build the revetment back to the crest elevations and slopes of the original design template. S.J. Hamill’s stone is produced in a quarry in Sparta, GA, the stone is railed into Brunswick, GA where it is then transloaded in over-the-road dump trucks and delivered to Jekyll Island Beach. SJH is also responsible for re-setting existing scattered stone prior to placing new stone, managing daily rail and over-the-road trucking logistics, environmental protection and monitoring, vibration monitoring, and pedestrian access and safety.