The project is the remediation of contaminated sediment within
the former Campbell Shipyard basin, San Diego, by capping in place
affected sediment. The engineered cap-in-place would be designed
to provide enhanced subtidal and intertidal habitat, protection
from propeller wash, stabilization of seawall, recreational boating
access at two floating docks and a transient marina. A deep-water
engineered cap will also be constructed adjacent to the Tenth Avenue
Marine Terminal to allow sufficient depths for navigation and berthing.
The Draft EIR analyzed the following issues: marine biological
resources, water quality, air quality, traffic circulation, geology/
soils, noise, navigational safety, and three alternatives.