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  • 14 November 2012

    The beach replenishment project, covering 16 miles of Baldwin County’s beaches, is expected to be wrapped up by March 29, 2013. During this project, around 2.2 million cubic yards of fresh sand will be placed at the eroded beaches, according to al.com. The latest schedule for the replenishment program: • Laguna Key to Little Lagoon […]

  • 2 October 2012

    A long-awaited sand replenishment project has begun along the Baldwin County beaches. “The Manson Construction, which won the roughly $13.2 million overall project bid, started mobilizing today,” stated Blake Phelps with the city of Gulf Shores. According to al.com, this project is expected to take about 4 to 6 months to complete, finishing up at […]

  • 12 June 2012

    Dredging work should get underway shortly in the South Mouth of Skerries harbour, after news that the last funding element is in place to complete the £286,000 project. Shetland Islands Council has been given approval for £71,550 of European Regional Development Funding (ERDF) towards the cost of the works. The scheme will give vessels an […]

  • 23 April 2012

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Galveston District, awarded a contract to Manson Construction Co., in the amount of $3,234,150 for maintenance dredging of the Sabine Pass Outer Bar and Bank Channel, Texas. Hopper dredge BAYPORT will remove approximately 2.6 million cubic yards of sediment from the Sabine-Neches Waterway Entrance Channel beginning in mid May […]

  • 13 March 2012

    The largest American hopper dredge, Glenn Edwards, is working at the Port of Charleston shipping channel this week maintaining the channel depth at its currently approved 45 feet. Glenn Edwards, operated by the Manson Construction Co. of Seattle, is removing silt from the channel and depositing it at an offshore disposal site. Contracted by the […]

  • 3 February 2012

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District announced it will begin dredging for the Fort Pierce Shore Protection project. This project was authorized as part of the Water Resources Development Act of 1996. A contract was awarded for this next renourishment in September 2011 to Manson Construction in the amount of $5.5 million. This […]

  • 2 November 2011

    Officials from Hyundai Merchant Marine, Port of Tacoma, Washington United Terminals (WUT) and several guests Tuesday celebrated the completion of a $32 million extension of the WUT wharf on the Blair Waterway. Speeches and a ceremonial ribbon-cutting marked the official opening of the new wharf. The construction project added 600 feet to the terminal’s existing […]

  • 10 October 2011

    Dredging of the Main Channel and a key turning basin for ships in the Port of Long Beach has been completed, marking a major milestone in an ongoing $40 million project by the Port and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to improve navigation and the environment in the harbor. The project has provided a […]

  • 15 April 2011

    Just weeks after one of their dredgers struck a subsea production pipeline in Calcasieu Channel, Manson Construction Company sustained… (gcaptain) [mappress] Source: gcaptain, April 15, 2011;  

  • 17 February 2011

    The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners has unanimously approved a $123 million dredging and wharf building contract that officially starts construction of the landmark Middle Harbor Redevelopment Project, one of the largest and most ambitious efforts ever undertaken by the Port of Long Beach. The contract covers the first part of a $1 billion […]

  • 29 July 2010

    The Valhalla’s huge “clamshell” scoops into the channel bottom, hauls up a dripping load of sediment, swings it over the water’s surface to a receiving scow and drops it in. Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, the Manson Co. vessel is hard at work dredging the Port of Long Beach’s main channel and […]

  • 14 June 2010

    City, port and army folks joined together on Pier F at the Port of Long Beach on a gray Tuesday morning last week to celebrate the movement of mud from the bottom of the Port of Long Beach main channel to an empty slip at the ITS terminal on Pier G. Although the ceremony officially […]