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House Committee Holds Roundtable in Oregon to Discuss WRDA

On April 20, the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment, held a roundtable policy discussion, “America’s Water Resources Infrastructure: Concepts for the Next Water Resources Development Act, Part II.” The event, held in Coos Bay, Oregon, covered challenges states and communities face in rebuilding… Read More

JFSE Launches “Excavation Plus”

James Fisher Subsea Excavation (JFSE) has launched an integrated services package, “Excavation Plus,” whereby JFSE is the single point of contact for a range of work areas, including project management, geotechnical services and naval architects. In addition, the company can use the expertise of its sister companies,… Read More

WEDA Seeks Nominees for Safety Excellence Awards

The Western Dredging Association (WEDA) is seeking organizations or project teams with exceptional safety performance and a proactive approach to raising awareness of safety in dredging for its Safety Excellence Award. One winner will be chosen for both the Dredging Contractor and Dredging Project awards, Winners will be announced… Read More

Foth Companies Acquires CLE

Wisconsin based Foth Companies, a science and engineering consulting firm, has acquired the assets of CLE Engineering Inc. CLE is an engineering consulting firm headquartered in Massachusetts, with offices in California. Foth is an employee-owned, science and engineering consulting firm providing services for infrastructure,… Read More

Trimble Releases MPS865 Global Navigation Satellite System

Trimble has introduced the new MPS865 (Marine Positioning System) multi-frequency and multi-application Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS). Used for real-time and post-processing applications for marine survey and construction, the unit features integrated communications options, and can be integrated as an on-board rover receiver, a base station or… Read More

Sail-In Breaks Records

More than 115 officers and representatives from U.S.-flag shipping companies, maritime labor unions and maritime organizations and associations visited 169 Congressional offices during the ninth annual Maritime Industry Congressional Sail-In. This was a record-setting event for the most offices visited during a Sail-In. Industry leaders met to discuss the importance… Read More