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NEW SUEZ CANAL TO USE KIASMA SRL PIPES

NEW SUEZ CANAL TO USE KIASMA SRL PIPES

The dredging operation working on the new Suez Channel is using 30-inch (OD900mm) and 34-inch (OD1000mm) diameter HDPE pipes, from Kiasma Srl, in cooperation with Deriplast Spa (K & D Dredging).

June 2015
GEN. BOSTICK VISITS PORT OF SAVANNAH

GEN. BOSTICK VISITS PORT OF SAVANNAH

Lt. Gen. Thomas Bostick, commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, visited the Port of Savannah on May 28, for an update on the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project (SHEP).

June 2015

HOUSTON PORT AUTHORITY CONTRACTS FOR ECONOMIC STUDY

In April, the Port Commissioners for the Houston Port Authority awarded a contract to TCB/GBA Joint Venture for professional engineering and planning services in support of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ feasibility study of the modifications to improve the Houston Ship Channel system, including the Houston, Barbours Cut and Bayport Ship Channel.

June 2015
ORION MARINE WINS PORT OF TACOMA CONTRACT

ORION MARINE WINS PORT OF TACOMA CONTRACT

June 2015
Sennebogen 870 Material Handlers Work Around the Clock on PCB Remediation Project on the Hudson River

Sennebogen 870 Material Handlers Work Around the Clock on PCB Remediation Project on the Hudson River

Approximately three times a week, for six months of the year, trains depart from upstate New York, en route to one of three EPA-approved long-term disposal facilities. The trains, which are loaded with dewatered, PCB-containing sediments, represent the last leg of a complex environmental dredging project undertaken by General Electric Co. in New York’s Upper Hudson River.

June 2015
Egypt Fisheries Management to Dredge Wetland Lakes

Egypt Fisheries Management to Dredge Wetland Lakes

The General Authority for Fish Resources Development (GAFRD) in Egypt took delivery and received training in the operation of two 10-inch Wolverine Class Dredges, designed and manufactured by DSC Dredge at its Greenbush, Michigan, facility.

June 2015
Judge Orders Corps To Dredge All of Cleveland Harbor

Judge Orders Corps To Dredge All of Cleveland Harbor

The Corps of Engineers Buffalo District began dredging Cleveland Harbor May 22 after a federal judge issued an order on May 12 requiring it to dredge all of a disputed area. The district had been refusing to do so unless the state contributed to the cost of disposing of some dredged materials.

June 2015
Proposed Expansion Project at Port Everglades Advances

Proposed Expansion Project at Port Everglades Advances

A proposed project to widen and deepen the navigation channels of Port Everglades is nearing the end of its study process. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District expects final approval from the Chief of Engineers will be issued on May 29. The project would deepen the 45-foot channel by 10 feet, as well as widen and extend the channel, to handle large tankers and the deeper-draft post-Panamax cargo ships.

June 2015
Dredging Resumes in Michigan After Spring Thaw

Dredging Resumes in Michigan After Spring Thaw

By April 20, the ice in the northern reaches of Lake Huron had cleared enough for Luedtke Engineering Company to resume dredging on the Cheboygan River in northern Michigan.

June 2015
Australian Port Dredging Alleviates Future Maintenance

Australian Port Dredging Alleviates Future Maintenance

CGC Dredging performed work at Port Geographe, located in Western Australia, with cutter suction dredge Cooper II. It dredged seaweed and sand accumulations and preparing the seafloor for rock placement for a new seawall, which would diminish shoaling and alleviate maintenance dredging in the future.

June 2015
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