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Crews Begin Important Dredging Project at Charleston Harbor

One hundred and fifty years is worthy of a celebration, and the Charleston District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) probably couldn't have planned a more fitting tribute than the display put on for the Charleston Harbor Post 45 project....


Magnolia Dredge and Dock Highlights DSC Dredge's Commitment to Innovation

To ensure the high level of service that has defined this family-owned business for the past 30 years, DSC Dredge LLC has five key values: Commitment, Quality, Innovation, Service and Customization. This is what the foundation of DSC is built upon, and clients who become long-standing business partners and friends only confirms what this company strives to do each and every day....


Gulf Restoration Project Due to Begin in Barataria Bay

Nearly 11 years after the Deepwater Horizon Oil Rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico, the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is preparing to bid out the marsh restoration project on Barataria Bay, La....


VIDEO: Contractor Holds Virtual 'Clinic' for Dredging, Recycling Job

Heavy and marine construction specialists Murray Logan Construction is holding a virtual "clinic" on best practices for dredging and recycling of materials removed from a complete rebuild job site in Palm Beach, Fla....


VIDEO: Gwenmor Marine Contracting Tackles Dredging Project at Groton Long Point

Gwenmor Marine Contracting, located at the mouth of the Mystic River in Mystic, Conn., is a fourth-generation, family-owned marina and marine contracting business. The company was founded in 1946 by Emmet Murphy's great-grandfather with "a small handmade barge."Murphy's grandfather "Sandy" McGugan, only just recently passed away, and each generation after him has continued to grow the business....


Charleston, S.C., to Soon Have Deepest Harbor on East Coast

In September, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Charleston District, awarded the final two dredging contracts on its harbor deepening project, which will make Charleston, S.C.,'s harbor the deepest on the East Coast....


USACE Begins $1B Soo Lock Project

Iron ore-carrying vessels don't do rapids, particularly when heading upstream. To get around them, structures called "locks" are built — sort of stairs for boats. Vessels float into one end, entry gates are closed and the level of water inside the lock is raised or lowered to match the level outside the gates at the other end....


Great Lakes Dredging Sends Sediment Flying with the Ditch Doctor

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company's Rivers and Lakes Division was faced with sediment-filled ditches and pockets of connecting standing water on a large dredging project in Argenta, Ill. The contractor wanted to consider a new and more efficient approach than the traditional bucket....


Telestick Attachment Extends Reach of Gradual Telescoping Boom

Gradall extends the productivity of Series V excavators with the Telestick attachment, allowing for a boom reach to as much as 50 ft. Equipped with ditching, grading and dredging buckets as well as a grapple, the Telestick is ideal for cleaning canals, grading and shaping the edges of drainage ditches, cleaning out culverts and removing debris after severe storms and flooding....


Army Corps of Engineers Awards Contract to Dredge Maumee Bay

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District has awarded a $2.1 million contract to Ryba Marine and Construction to conduct dredging of the federal navigation channel in Maumee Bay, located along Lake Erie in Toledo Harbor, in the city of Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio....






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