This spring’s unprecedented flooding across most river systems shut down commercial navigation over large stretches of the waterways. One thing it didn’t shut down was the cleanup work of Living… Read More
Recent inland waterways industry news, covering the Mississippi River, Ohio River, Missouri River, Tennessee River, Gulf Intracoastal Waterway and more. Articles on economic, environmental and logistic advantages of barge shipping, plus other stories pertaining to locks and dams and other waterway infrastructure.
The New Orleans Engineer District and the Plaquemines Port Harbor & Terminal District signed a design agreement August 14 for the Louisiana Coastal Area Beneficial Use of Dredged Material (BUDMAT)… Read More
Brownwater University, a three-day, introductory educational conference aimed at bringing together newcomers to the maritime industry and members of the U.S. Coast Guard stationed in the Western Gulf of Mexico… Read More
By Patrick Loch The St. Paul Engineer District was selected as the winner of the 2018 Chief of Engineers Safety Award of Excellence-District Category, the district announced recently. Selected among… Read More
Bullard, a global leader in personal protective equipment, has been celebrating with activities all year to honor the 100th anniversary of the company’s invention of the hard hat. Headquartered in… Read More
The Coast Guard assistant commandant for prevention policy, Rear Adm. Richard Timme, announced September 11 that he has convened a formal Marine Board of Investigation (MBI) to investigate the loss of the small passenger… Read More
On the morning of September 8, the mv. Savage Voyager, part of Savage Inland Marine’s fleet of towboats, was locking through Jamie Whitten Lock at Mile 412 on the Tennessee-Tombigbee… Read More
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