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Registration Open for TAMU Dredging Engineering Short Course

The 48th Dredging Engineering Short Course on the campus of Texas A&M University (TAMU) will take place from January 7 to 11. The course, a mixture of lectures, laboratories,and a panel, is administered by the TAMU Center for Dredging Studies, Department of Ocean Engineering. Two textbooks and course notes on… Read More

International Seminar on Dredging and Reclamation to be Held in Panama

The International Association of Dredging Companies (IADC) is holding the International Seminar on Dredging and Reclamation from October 15 to 19 in Panama. The event, held in cooperation with local technical universities, is designed for professionals in dredging-related industries, such as port and harbor authorities, governments and… Read More

IADC Holds Networking Event for Young Professionals

In June, 60 young professionals from the International Association of Dredging Contractors (IADC) member companies met at Hilvaria Studio’s for the association’s second annual networking event, Peering into Dredging’s Future. IADC’s Secretary General Rene Kolman kicked off the event with welcoming remarks followed by a plenary session.  IADC’s President… Read More

2018 WEDA Environmental Excellence Awards Receives More Nominations Than Ever

Each year at the Western Dredging Association (WEDA) Summit and Exhibition, the Environmental Commission of the organization presents special awards to outstanding projects in several specific environmental categories. “The response to our requests for submissions for our 2018 environmental awards surpassed our expectations,” said Craig Vogt, chair of the Environmental… Read More

Great Lakes Begins Work on Charleston Harbor Post-45 Deepening Project

On March 2, the South Carolina Ports Authority (SPCA) held a ceremony aboard the USS Yorktown to celebrate the start of construction of the Charleston Harbor Post 45 Deepening Project. The event celebrated eight years of planning and hard work to begin deepening the federal channel portion of Charleston Harbor… Read More