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Albany Waterfront project is well on track (USA)

THE $27.8 million Albany Waterfront project is well on track with the protective outer breakwater al...

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Dredging can proceed with no additional costs -Rivanna (USA)

Local group says dredging of the South Fork Rivanna Reservoir can proceed with no additional cost...

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USA: $17 million beach replenishment project in Ocean City is finally moving ahead

OCEAN CITY – After a month of weather delays, a $17 million beach replenishment project in Oce...

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Wrightsville Beach (USA): The project is done a week ahead of schedule

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH – Working around the clock has paid off for the Army Corps of Engineers’ sa...

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Port Everglades: $300 million for Dredging in $2 billion expansion plan (USA)

Broward County’s seaport is undertaking a $2 billion expansion to prepare for an expected incr...

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Akutan harbor contract awarded

According to a press release sent to Alaska Beat by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska Distric...

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Opposing the Delaware River deepening is one of Governor Christie’s environmental priorities

Redoubling their efforts to protect South Jersey’s environment, Governor Chris Christie and Departme...

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Port Otago’s up to $100 million Dredging plan

Port Otago’s up to $100 million plans for deepening 13km of the its shipping channel is its la...

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Avalon and Sea Isle City are moving forward on an emergency beach fill project

AVALON–While coastal storms continue to pound on already battered beaches, Avalon and Sea Isle...

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Port of Houston needs more Dredging

U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi visited the Port of Houston Authority Monday to see how $98.8...

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Wrightsville beach-works are progressing

Wrightsville Beach has been virtually transformed into a construction zone. As of Tuesday, Feb. 23, ...

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Dredging work suspended at Kochi Port (India)

BL reported that the capital dredging work being carried out by Jaisu Shipping at Kochi port has bee...

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USACE proposes maintenance dredging of the Federal navigation channel in Bridgeport Harbor

CONCORD, Mass. – At the request of the Bridgeport Port Authority, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, ...

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Hawaiian Dredging Construction Co wins $5.6 million contract

Hawaiian Dredging Construction Co has secured an additional US$5.6 million contract from the US Depa...

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(USA) Port of Georgetown needs Dredging- Silty bottom keeps many cargo ships at bay

GEORGETOWN, Feb 24, 2010 — The director at the port of Georgetown said the dredging situation ...

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Australia: Fortescue Metals has announced that it will postpone a key phase of a major iron ore port development

LR-Fairplay reports that Fortescue Metals has announced that it will postpone a key phase of a major...

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The Lafarge Group acquires two docks on the Saginaw River (USA)

BAY CITY — The country’s largest diversified supplier of construction materials has acquired two doc...

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Projects to dredge sediment and silt from Tsengwen Reservoir and the Gaoping River launched (TAIWAN)

TAIPEI, Taiwan — Projects to dredge sediment and silt from Tsengwen Reservoir in Tainan County...

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