Dredging

Monopiles Terminal to Be Built in Rotterdam

Sif and Verbrugge to build terminal for offshore wind energy on Maasvlakte 2   Sif Group, Verbrugge International and the Port of Rotterdam Authority have signed

Boskalis Wins Portsmouth Channel Expansion Order

  Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. (Boskalis) has been awarded a contract from the Defence Infrastructure Organisation of the Ministry of Defence for the capital

LCA Sees Progress on Great Lakes Issues

Prospects for ending the dredging crisis and resolving other pressing issues on the Great Lakes are the best in 12 years according to Lake Carriers’ Association (LCA),

Port of LA to Start Yusen Terminal Improvements

Project will enhance wharf, rail and yard infrastructure to optimize terminal operations   The Port of Los Angeles will begin construction this summer on a two-year

More than Mega: Diversity Defines the Dredging Industry

The mantra of recent times has been the worldwide trend to ‘mega’. Mega container ships created the need for mega ports which required mega dredging projects. These

Boskalis Secures Dredging Work in Africa

Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. has been awarded three dredging-related contracts on the African subcontinent with a combined value of approximately EUR 75 million.

Charleston Harbor Deepening Gains Federal Approval

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Review Board Moves 52-Foot Deepening Project Forward   Today in Washington, DC, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Civil

Mercator Acquires Two Dredgers

 Mercator Limited announced that it is expanding its dredging business by adding two more Dredgers to its fleet.    Mercator,India's largest Marine and Energy group with businesses in Oil & Gas,

Current Convoy Information Ahead of New Suez Canal Opening

Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS), is advising on current Suez convoy information ahead of the new Suez Canal’s inauguration on 6 August 2015. While the construction

Dredging in Hudson River Nears Completion

 After six years of digging, General Electric Co. expects to finish this year removing some 2.7 million cubic yards of contaminated river sediment in upper Hudson

Nicaragua Canal No Threat to Panama

 The Nicaragua canal project, which is being built by Chinese billionaire Wang Jing and his Hong Kong-based Hong Kong Nicaragua Canal Development Investment Co.

Jasper Ocean Terminal Budget Approved

Georgia and South Carolina port authorities to each contribute $1.25 million to Jasper Ocean Terminal’s 2016 budget   The Jasper Ocean Terminal (JOT) board of

Van Oord Develops Deep Excavation System

Stretching across oceans and continents, approximately 32,000 km of new pipelines are constructed each year forming an industry worth $28 billion. The installation

The Critical Link in Hudson River Remediation Project

Approximately three times a week, for six months of the year, trains depart from upstate New York, en route to one of three EPA-approved long-term disposal facilities.

China Shares Details on S.China Sea Facilities

The Chinese government on Wednesday rolled out more details of the building work it is undertaking in the disputed South China Sea, listing lighthouses, communications

New Dredger for Lake Lotawana

Lake Lotawana Association celebrated the launch of its new 2015 Model 7012 HP Versi-Dredge at Buffalo Cove on May 1, 2015. In attendance was Dave Wagner, Dredge Committee Chairperson,

China Says About to Finish Some Land Reclamation in South China Sea

China will soon complete some of its land reclamation on the Spratly islands in the disputed South China Sea, the Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday, indicating that

New Suez Canal Almost 84 Pct Complete

 Over 216 million cubic meters of water-saturated sand have been removed so far as part of the Suez Canal Development Project, said Head of the Suez Canal Authority Mohab Mamish.

CCCC Forms Dredging Group in Shanghai

 The state-owned infrastructure group China Communications Construction Corporation (CCCC) has established CCCC Dredging at Shanghai’s Free Trade Zone.   CCCC

Taking Inland Waterways To the Mainstream

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