Due to the weather forecast for Thursday – Sunday, the deployment date for Barge 2 looks like it will be next week at the earliest. We will let you know as......

Deployment scheduled for May 15th, 16th or 17th depending on the weather. Planned deployment coordinates: 32.07.225N079 07.765W Stay tuned for official go date!...

Thanks to all that have participated in the South Carolina Memorial Reef cause! What was the vision of a few became a sounding call for many! In the past 5 days,......

Just when you thought it could not get any better! Just received word today! “Construction has been completed on Barge 2.  Stevens is doing final cleanup and preparation and hopes......

Sunday May 4th, 10:00 AM Barge 1 will be placed, weather permitting!COORDINATES ARE AS FOLLOWS:32.07.440 N 79.07.523W...

Just a quick reminder that the Dedication and Blessing of Barge 1 of the South Carolina Memorial Reef will take place this Sunday, December 15th, with a pier side viewing...

We have exciting news! On December 15, 2013 the South Carolina Memorial Reef Committee is pleased to announce that the dedication and blessing of Barge 1 will be held at Stevens...

Check out the latest update from the Post & Courier on the progress of the South Carolina Memorial Reef! [button link="http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20131201/PC20/131209944/1214/sc-memorial-reef-x2019-s-first-structure-almost-ready" type="big" newwindow="yes"] Read More Here![/button]...

This week the crane boom was removed for transferring Crane off its existing location to barge #1 (crane barge). The crane prepping has been completed and will be moved onto...

A few more photos of the progress being made on the Reef. The majority of the prep work has been completed and now the assembling has started. The BIG crane will be...

Work has been underway for the past 3 weeks in earnest as Stevens Towing prepares the first barge for deployment to the reef site. Check out the photos HERE!...

Charleston Steel & Metal's Barry Wolfe has come through in a big way for the Reef. This past Tuesday DNR-Bob Matore, Design & Engineer-Bob Horner, and DNR Officer Joseph Smoak...