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Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority to Begin Sediment Diversion Project to Restore Wetlands

The Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA) is working with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries and other natural resource agencies, to design two coastal restoration projects. The Mid-Barataria and Mid-Breton sediment diversions will establish a controlled and permanent connection between the Mississippi River and the coastal wetlands on… Read More

Blackwater Bayou is Object of Study

Moffatt & Nichol Engineers Raleigh North Carolina office is providing hydraulic and hydrologic engineering for the Black Bayou wetland project in Cameron Parish in southwest Louisiana. The object is to restore hydrologic conditions over 3600 acres by using a numerical model to simulate and analyze alternative solutions affecting hydraulic conditions. Read More

Dredging Contract News June 5 2000.

NORTH ATLANTIC DELAWARE DACW61-00-B-0012. Bid opening June 8 2000 11 a.m. MAINTENANCE DREDGING DELAWARE RIVER PHILADELPHIA TO THE SEA PENNSYLVANIA NEW JERSEY & DELAWARE. Maintenance dredging of the following ranges of the Delaware River channel from stations 117+000 to 237+000: Marcus Hook Cherry Island Deepwater Point and New… Read More

Dredging Contract News May 15 2000 Part 2 of 2

Dredging contracts in the Lower Mississippi Valley and Pacific Coast one contract in Alexandria Egypt and miscellaneous contracts for the entire United States. These include hydrographic surveys management of dredged material placement sites and maintenance and equipment for government dredges. Read More

Anderson Company Announced

Ian Anderson member of a multi-generational dredging family has formed Anderson Dredging & Consulting Ltd to to serve the marine infrastructure developers port authorities and oil gas and mineral exploration companies. Read More

Bisso Readies the Celia M

Bisso Marine Company uses heavy floatin cranes to salvage sunken vessels in the Gulf Coast and Mississippi River area. In November 1997 the company salvaged a number of vessels. Read More