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VAN OORD STRENGTHENS POSITION IN CASPIAN SEA REGION

April-May 2016

Dredging Roundup / INTERNATIONAL Apr/May 2016

April-May 2016
Van Raalte Moderates Adaptive Management Webinar

Van Raalte Moderates Adaptive Management Webinar

April-May 2016
Contracts for Fehmarnbelt Link Between Denmark  and Germany Announced

Contracts for Fehmarnbelt Link Between Denmark and Germany Announced

Femern A/S, the planning company for the Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link between Denmark and Germany, announced in early March its selection of preferred bidders for the main contracts. Among the contracts is a substantial dredging contract, principally excavating an 18-kilometer (11-mile) undersea trench for a prefabricated automobile and rail tunnel across the Fehmarnbelt strait in the Baltic Sea. The dredging contract will be awarded to the Fehmarn Belt Contractors (FBC) consortium, comprised of Van Oord, Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V., Hochtief Solutions AG and Ed Z├╝blin AG, and the consultancy SWECO Danmark A/S. Conditional contracts will be signed no later than mid-May 2016.

April-May 2016

Galveston District Continues Stakeholder Partnering Forums

On March 3, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Galveston District hosted a stakeholder partnering forum, meeting with non-federal sponsors, customers and agency partners to collaborate on best practices for ecosystem restoration, navigation, flood risk management and regulatory oversight.

April-May 2016
Wilmington District and Dredge Currituck Assist with Boulder Removal in Connecticut

Wilmington District and Dredge Currituck Assist with Boulder Removal in Connecticut

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Wilm-ington District and the dredge Currituck came to the aid of the New England Division, which called upon the district to remove boulders in the Narragansett Bay in Connecticut, which were posing navigation hazards.

April-May 2016
Port of Morgan City Seeks Dredging Solution to Rapidly Silting Channel

Port of Morgan City Seeks Dredging Solution to Rapidly Silting Channel

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers New Orleans District has released a request for proposals for the maintenance of Atchafalaya River Bar Channel leading from the Gulf of Mexico to the Port of Morgan City.

January-February 2016
Alaska District Puts Deep-Draft Study On Hold

Alaska District Puts Deep-Draft Study On Hold

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Alaska District announced a 12-month pause in the feasibility study for the Alaska Deep-Draft Arctic Port System, in order to revalidate the potential economic benefits and justification for the project.

January-February 2016

North Atlantic Division Makes Significant Progress on Sandy Repairs

Three years after Hurricane Sandy, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers completed the 25th and final flood control and coastal emergency project in October 2015.

January-February 2016
Project in Denmark Excavates a Basement Garage by Dredging

Project in Denmark Excavates a Basement Garage by Dredging

Faced with having to build a parking garage below the water table, a contractor in Copenhagen, Denmark, turned to watering and dredging as a cost-effective alternative to dewatering and excavating.

January-February 2016
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