Dredging & Marine Construction
The Waterways Journal has been covering dredging and marine construction news on the inland rivers since 1887. Now, with the combined power of IDR (International Dredging Review), we cover this news in greater depth, expanding our coverage to major projects along all US waterways, coastlines and the Great Lakes.
Oak Brook, Ill.-based Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation has announced five newly awarded contracts totaling $59.8 million, which brings the company’s total contracts awarded in the third quarter of… Read More
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards announced September 29 the approval of $215 million to build two coastal habitat restoration projects in Southeast Louisiana. Funding, approved by the Louisiana Trustee Implementation… Read More
Almost six years have passed since the Port of Morgan City saw its last foreign-flagged ship call on the port. From late 2014 to early 2015, 22 ships called on… Read More
Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company, the nation’s largest provider of dredging services, announced October 22 that it is moving its national headquarters to Houston, Texas, from Oak Brook, Ill. Read More
Kathryn Clay, president of the International Liquid Terminals Association, which has many members that operate liquids terminals on the inland waterways, commended the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency October 7 for… Read More
Engineers and its partners released a strategic plan last month addressing goals and strategies for the Ohio River Basin. The Corps collaborated with the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission… Read More