Dredging Today brings you an overview of the most popular stories from the past week (January 23-29, 2017).
DEME, the Belgian dredging, environmental and marine engineering group, has secured several new contracts for dredging and land reclamation works in India and the Maldives.
The Royal Navy has disposed of a Second World War bomb found by a dredger operating in the Thames near Victoria Embankment.
The expansion of the PSA terminal in Panama as well as the construction of the 800-meter long quay wall are taking shape.
DHI Group, an independent research and consultancy organization, has released a video about engineering the coast by understanding its nature, named ‘Coastal Erosion and Protection’.
The video also shows the construction process and installation of the LNG tank for this dual fuel dredger.
The government undertaking named Dredging Corporation of India Ltd (DCI) has secured a contract for the Pussur Channel dredging project in Bangladesh.