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.
Moonlight, Canvasback and Steamboat are the names of three new under-construction man-made islands being formed in the Riverbend area of the Mississippi River near Grafton, Ill. The names were given… Read More
A panel at the recently concluded FreightWeek STL cast a spotlight on the behind-the-scenes collaboration that allowed more of the Missouri and Mississippi rivers to stay open during last year’s… Read More
In mid-April, Callan Marine, a Galveston, Texas-based dredging and marine construction company, took delivery of its seventh dredge, an 18-inch cutter suction dredge named the General Marshall. Callan staff, crew… Read More
The New Orleans Engineer District has awarded a contract for the second levee reach of the West Shore Lake Pontchartrain (WSLP) Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk Reduction project. The planned… Read More
Nashville Engineer District leaders, engineers and project managers hosted stakeholder roundtables recently to provide updates and an opportunity to visit the district’s two mega construction projects. Lt. Col. Joseph Sahl,… Read More