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Weeks Marine Begins Emergency Dredging of Moriches Inlet

Weeks Marine began emergency dredging of Moriches Inlet on October 7 under a $9,960,000 contract awarded by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers New York District. The contract was awarded on July 11 with Weeks conducting dredging surveys and mobilizing equipment throughout July and August. An Emergency… Read More

H & L Removing Shoaling from Two New York Harbors

H & L Contracting was awarded two contracts by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers New York District to dredge Three Mile Harbor and Montauk Harbor in New York. Dredging of Montauk Harbor began in early October and was expected to take about two weeks with work… Read More

New York’s Reconstructed Marine Facility To Serve As Corps Training Site

Hydrographic surveys are important to the Corps mission because they: a) provide data to the public allowing safe navigation entering and exiting ports and harbors; b) support channel dredging and marine construction by providing information to develop construction plans; and c) provide additional data during construction about under-water progress, helping… Read More