The thin sliver of sand on the southern end of Hollywood beach is getting wider by the day.  By Feb. 13, that 1-mile section of beach will be 50 feet wider and 2 feet higher than it was before the sand trucks came.  The battle against sand erosion never ends, experts say, and coastal cities across South Florida are waging an ongoing fight that costs them millions. The cities depend on the beaches for recreation, tourism and the maintenance of real estate values.

ATM is currently serving as the Engineer of Record for the 2017 Hollywood Beach Nourishment project which is placing approximately 80,000 cubic yards of sand from an upland sand source…  To see video and read full article  Beaches Getting Pumped Up