Seaside Heights, N.J. was already famous for its boardwalk even before the show “Jersey Shore” made it infamous. According to Mayor Bill Akers, as many as 40,000 people come out to visit the tourist attraction on holiday weekends during the warmer months. The dollars spent by these visitors provide the town of 3,000 people with more than 65 percent of its annual revenue, and without them the town is in trouble.
Sidd & Associates drillers were driving pilings for the new boardwalk down at least 20 feet. Source: Sidd & Associates