SEAL ROCK — From curious Lincoln County residents to Oregon State University engineering students, dozens of people from Lincoln County and beyond were shuttled to Driftwood Beach State Recreation Area on Saturday to get an up-close look at the ongoing construction of the PacWave South project’s beachside landing site.

Half the construction equipment at the site was shut down Saturday for an open house, with visitors being brought in from the Seal Rock Fire Station and given tours from PacWave staff, engineers and contractors who explained just what goes into an underground and subsea construction project of this scale.

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