List Your Equipment  /  Dealer Login  /  Create Account

Dredging


USACE Building Underwater Levee on Mississippi River in Louisiana To Block Saltwater

A dredging company began construction Oct. 11 on a 1,500-ft.-wide underwater levee designed to block a wedge of Gulf of Mexico saltwater from reaching public and industrial water supply intakes on the Mississippi River in Plaquemines Parish and New Orleans....


$250M USACE Project Deepens Mississippi from Baton Rouge to Gulf of Mexico

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has completed the first part of a project to deepen the Mississippi River from Baton Rouge to the Gulf of Mexico, opening the way for larger vessels from the widened Panama Canal to travel as far north as Baton Rouge....


American Construction Begins Dredging at Rogue River

The Portland District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) began dredging the Rogue River at Gold Beach, typically an annual project, for the first time in a few years. The contractor — American Construction — began work on June 1 and will continue into late September....


Real-Time Eyes Help Gerke Meet Frac Sand Production Goals

Tomah, Wis.-based specialty contractor Gerke Excavating has more than three decades of experience dredging limestone and more than a decade mining frac sand from ponds, lakes and other bodies of water....


McCarthy's Expansion of Port Houston Will Help Supply Chain Woes

Supply chain issues have been in the news these last two years like never before. Pictures of giant container ships getting stuck in the Panama Canal, the Suez Canal, the Chesapeake Bay and elsewhere have appeared in the media....


Dredging Inches Louisiana's Mississippi River Ship Channel Toward New Maximum Depth

The years-long effort to deepen the Mississippi River Ship Channel (MRSC) from 47 to 50 ft. crossed a major milestone in late December when the Crescent River Port Pilots Association (CRPPA), which guides ships entering the channel from the Gulf of Mexico up to New Orleans, increased its maximum draft recommendation from 47 to 48 ft....


Transformation of Salem, Mass., Port to Begin with $3M Dredging Project

Hopes are that a multi-million-dollar effort to dredge Salem Harbor will help usher in a transformation of the city's port. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) recently announced a $14 billion wave of funding for nationwide projects tailored "to strengthen port and waterway supply chains and bolster climate resilience."That includes more than $20 million coming to Massachusetts and $2.95 million for dredging Salem Harbor....


Connecticut Port Authority Still Supports $235M Cost of Upgraded State Pier

A delay in permitting has pushed some of the construction work at the State Pier in New London into late this year, but the Connecticut Port Authority (CPA) said recently that the project remains on its projected $235 million budget....


Louisiana Coastal Protection Agency Has Begun Dredging for New Marsh Project

The Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA) announced Dec. 2 that it had started dredging activities on the Cameron Meadows Marsh Creation and Terracing Project. The restoration work will take place northwest of Holly Beach in Cameron Parish and see the addition of 308 acres of marsh by pumping in 1.9 million cu....


A Success Story Measurable by More Than a High-Quality Dredge

Dredging…what is it? Dredging, by definition, is the process of removing the sediment from a water body (reservoir or channel), transporting, and depositing it at another location far away. For some, dredging is undertaken for a variety of reasons, including mining, navigation, environmental remediation, flood control and the emplacement of structures (e.g., foundations, pipelines and tunnels)....






ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo
39.04690 \\ -77.49030 \\ Ashburn \\ PA