Donjon Marine Dredges for Intrepid Return

Monday, October 06, 2008
Donjon Marine dredges New York Harbor for the return and re-entry of the USS Intrepid, a museum and educational center.

Donjon Marine, Co., Inc., was contracted by the U.S. Navy, Office of the Supervisor of Salvage and Diving (SUPSALV), as requested by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to provide dredging and related support services for the return of the Ex-USS Intrepid to its permanent berth located at Pier 86, Manhattan, New York.  The WWII vintage U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier has been in services as a museum and educational center by the Intrepid Association in .  Donjon was initially hired in November 2006 to provide operational and technical support in the refloating and removal of the Intrepid from Berth 86 to a local shipyard for repairs.  On October 2, 2008, after completion of Donjon’s work, The Ex-USS Intrepid was returned to its berth for continued service to the

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