Dutra’s New Dump Scow ES15 Heads to Boston

On August 20, Dutra Group’s new Hydraulic Dump Scow ES15 was successfully launched, christened, commissioned and completed sea trials and further testing in the following week. The vessel departed on August 27 to make the journey to Boston, Massachusetts, where it will work on the Boston Harbor Deepening Project.

ES15 is a 6,000-cubic-yard hydraulic dump scow built in Corn Island Shipyard in Grandview, Indiana. Corn Island Shipyard is located at 734 Mile Marker on the Ohio River.

Corn Island Shipyard builds barges and specialized marine structures offering in-house design and engineering using state of the industry 2D and 3D design programs. Corn Island Shipyard specializes in the manufacture of custom designed products for both ocean service and inland waterway service.

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