Terra Site Constructors starts work at Cape Hatteras

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North Carolina Construction News staff writer

Construction work has started on a  $3.6 million project to raise and make repairs to the Double Keepers’ Quarters (DKQ) and other structures at Cape Hatteras National Seashore’s Ocracoke Light Station.

Terra Site Constructors LLC has been contracted to complete the project. Construction has started at the Ocracoke Light Station at Cape Hatteras National Seashore, according to the National Park Service. The $3.6 million project, which is expected to take a minimum of 12 months to complete, will raise and make repairs to the Double Keepers’ Quarters and other structures at the lighthouse.

A tree health assessment was conducted during the design phase of the project and the larger live oak trees determined to be in fair or good health will be protected and remain on the landscape.

Chimney stacks may be disassembled and reconstructed as part of the project and construction is expected to last about 12 months.

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