Jersey Shore | Built for Speed

  • Original Air Date: October 24, 2013
  • Season 33: Ep. 04
  • 23:43

An icon of the Jersey Shore's beach culture, Seaside Heights is working hard to pull its Sandy-battered boardwalk up by the bootstraps by Memorial Day weekend, submerged rollercoaster and all. Kevin meets Mayor William Akers and Lou Cirigliano from Casino Pier, which was almost completely devoured by the sea, to check out the work in progress. Norm checks back to find the framing complete at the Bay Head cottage and the crew installing the new mahogany decking on the signature wrap-around porch. Back in Point Pleasant, after an update with Carlos, Kevin meets entrepreneur Nick Baker, who's importing concrete crushing machines from Italy that can turn Carlos' demolished concrete slab and foundation into useable fill for the new slab, without taking it offsite. Superstorm Sandy may have turned Rita Gurry's life upside down, but today her new modular home is being built—inside out. Richard tours the factory in rural Pennsylvania where the modules that will fit together seamlessly to make Rita's new home are being made, in less than a week!

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  • The North Shore Farmhouse
  • The Belmont Victorian House
  • The Veteran's Special House Project
  • The Lexington Colonial House
  • The Charlestown 2014 House
  • The Arlington Italianate House
  • Jersey Shore Rebuilds
  • The Essex House
  • The Cambridge 2012 House
  • The Barrington Beach House
  • The Bedford House
  • Los Angeles House
  • The Auburndale House
  • The Roxbury House
  • The Newton Centre House
  • The New York City House
  • The Weston House
  • New Orleans Rebuilds
  • Newton Shingle-Style House
  • The Austin House
  • The East Boston House
  • The Washington, D.C. House
  • The Cambridge House
  • The Carlisle House
  • The Bermuda House
  • The Concord Cottage