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.
As one of the dredge contractors working on the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project, Weeks Marine crewmembers are used to dredging up plenty of sand and other material as the Savannah… Read More
Supreme Manufacturing Inc. has been awarded a contract to build a new clamshell dredge for an eastern Long Island sand and gravel producer. The MD-13 gantry-style dredge has a 13-cubic-yard… Read More
Crews have completed the cofferdam at the Kentucky Lock Addition Project, a milestone in preparing for downstream excavation work that will include construction of the remaining portion of the new… Read More
Gerald DeNeal compares excavating a trench with the LeveeLock system compared with traditional equipment as akin to a surgeon with more advanced technology at his hands. “Our concept is minimally… Read More
The Corps of Engineers announced March 12 that the Record of Decision for the Mississippi River Mainline Levees Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement II has been signed by Maj. Gen. Read More
The Kansas City Engineer District has renewed permits for six commercial dredging companies currently authorized to extract sand and gravel from the Missouri River. Their existing permits, which expire April… Read More