This is Part 1 of 5, a series of OCC Project photographs for a site on the Hudson River. The initial job was to reconstruct 3 distinct seawalls which consisted of a mix of stone revetment and poured concrete. All of the walls were in a state of collapse and beyond repair. At the suggestion of OCC and supported by engineering and, of course, the owner, all of the walls were removed and replaced with one continuous stone revetment. This offered excellent protection against river borne erosion and diffused the relentless wave action caused by ship and storm. In addition, the land owners were especially pleased with the end appearance.