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  • 9 May 2012

    The design and construction contract has been signed at the Port of Rijeka Authority with a consortium of Italian companies and Croatian “Osijek Koteks” for the container terminal at the Zagreb pier. During the tender process for the most favourable bidder for designing and constructing the container terminal, the offer submitted by an Italian and […]

  • 8 May 2012

    “It’s not the fences that matter, it’s the gates,” Dave Gibson told attendees at the U.S. International Border and Water Commission collaborative meeting held here April 19 at the Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve. Gibson, executive director of the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board, was not talking about the international border fence […]

  • 3 May 2012

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District, and City of Seattle officials will meet with Corps headquarters officials May 7 for the Elliott Bay Seawall General Investigation study’s Feasibility Scoping Meeting, or FSM. “This is a major milestone in the Corps’ Civil Works study process,” Seattle District Commander Col. Bruce A. Estok said. “This is […]

  • 1 May 2012

    Cashman Dredging and Marine Contracting Company LLC (Cashman), a leading national provider of environmental dredging, capital improvement, and maintenance dredging services, announced yesterday the award of a contract to provide dredging, transportation, backfilling, and capping services on the 2012 Upper Hudson River Dredging Project. Mobilization efforts have already begun and dredging is expected to begin […]

  • 30 April 2012

    As shorenewstoday.com reports, the Ocean City Council will hold a special meeting 6 p.m. Thursday, May 3 at City Hall, 861 Asbury Ave., to consider adoption of a resolution to award a contract for back bay dredging. “We will bring it back to you at a special meeting next week,” city business administrator Mike Dattilo […]

  • 26 April 2012

    Plans to dredge the Eastpoint Channel have hit another snag, according to Oyster Radio News. Dredging the channel has been a local priority for years, but the project has never happened because of funding problems and environmental concerns. The channel hasn’t been dredged now in over 20 years and the channel is so shallow even […]

  • 26 April 2012

    According to weartv.com, Santa Rosa County is moving ahead with preparations to renourish Navarre Beach. Today, county commissioners will vote on giving the go ahead to a consulting firm to do some of the research needed for the permitting project. That includes physical and aerial surveys of the beach and preparation of an engineering report. […]

  • 26 April 2012

    As Miami News Times reports, after a five-month legal standoff over a controversial plan to deepen the Port of Miami using explosive charges, environmentalists have relented. Three groups opposed to the project have dropped their lawsuit in exchange for legal fees and the establishment of a $1,310,000 trust fund to mitigate effects of the deep […]

  • 26 April 2012

    The original dredge, the “Saibai” is back in operation this morning at the Mooloolaba Harbour entrance during calmer weather, which was the good news, MP Fiona Simpson said. “The bad news is that the heavier dredge, the Port Frederick, has been found to be more badly damaged than originally hoped with both propellors damaged, meaning […]

  • 25 April 2012

    According to port2port.com, the dredging work at Haifa Port’s entry channel has started. This project began immediately following authorization received from the Israel’s Ministry for Environmental Protection. Shlomo Briemann, CEO of the Israel Port Company, said: “The permit was given based on an understanding that combines considerations for protection of the environment and the benefits […]

  • 24 April 2012
    Equipment, Technology

    Safety systems and machine productivity specialist Prolec has set the date for the biggest and most significant product launch in the company’s history. The first product models from an entirely new modular range focused on machine safety will be unveiled at an event being staged at Donington Park Raceway on 9th May 2012. At the […]

  • 24 April 2012

    EUROGATE and its Russian partner National Container Company, NCC, are showing their colours at the TransRussia 2012 in Moscow, the biggest transport and logistics trade fair in eastern Europe and Russia. In addition to its two German seaport locations Bremerhaven and Hamburg, EUROGATE is presenting Germany’s only deep-water container terminal in Wilhelmshaven. The trade fair […]

  • 24 April 2012

    Former Florida Department of Environmental Protection Southwest Office Director, Deborah Getzoff has joined Lewis, Longman & Walker as Of Counsel. Lewis, Longman & Walker is a statewide law firm specializing in government and environmental issues. Due to her eleven years as Southwest District Director for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Ms. Getzoff has extensive […]

  • 19 April 2012
    Equipment, Technology

    Dragflow extends its wide range of products, launching on the market an innovative “booster station”. The new booster pump is proposed together with traditional submersible dredge pumps and it’s perfect for projects that require a very long delivery distance, or to reach a high discharge level. The booster station has been completely designed, manufactured and […]

  • 18 April 2012

    Sand and stone will provide better protection for rocket launch pads, as well as Commonwealth of Virginia and Navy facilities located on Virginia’s Eastern Shore from the advancing Atlantic Ocean. The construction of a 14-foot-high seawall, as well as a widened beach, at NASA’s Wallops Island Flight Facility’s launch range will help slow erosion along […]

  • 18 April 2012

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers New York District and its regional partners are committed to achieve the vision of a World Class Harbor Estuary. This vision balances economic revitalization of the Port of New York and New Jersey while creating a sustainable environment through comprehensive restoration and protection of public safety. Over the past […]

  • 17 April 2012

    Will Travis, the Senior Advisor to the Bay Area Joint Policy Committee, which is coordinating the efforts of four regional agencies to advance future economic prosperity and address climate change in the land use planning of the San Francisco Bay region, has joined Marstel-Day’s Advisory Council at the invitation of the company’s president and founder, […]

  • 17 April 2012

    Water levels along the Mississippi River continue to drop, prompting the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to deactivate Phase I flood fight inspections. As a result of this deactivation, all permitted construction work near levees and floodwalls along or near the river may now resume. The Corps activated phase I flood fight as a proactive […]

  • 13 April 2012

    The Maasin City government seeks private sector participation in a land reclamation plan. According to the city, the project is necessary to provide additional space for commercial development. Crown Regency Hotels and Resorts and Monolith Construction and Development Corp. have expressed interest in this P1-billion project. Mayor Maloney L. Samaco said: “There are initial talks […]

  • 12 April 2012

    The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality has issued a penalty to PacifiCorp for failing to monitor water quality and keep accurate records during dredging operations at the Red Blanket Creek and Middle Fork Rogue River diversion dams in August 2011. Dredging operations are permitted at both dams, but must follow requirements contained in a U.S. […]

  • 12 April 2012

    The legal battle over the ownership of the canals in the Cherry Grove section of North Myrtle Beach could finally be over. With the state Supreme Court’s decision that the state owns these canals, the planned dredging from 2004 could continue. The North Myrtle Beach started working to dredge the canals in 2004 but couldn’t […]

  • 11 April 2012

    By obtaining a dredging permit, the S.S. Keewatin, a 104-year-old steamship is closer to coming home to Port McNicoll. The man tasked to bring the ship back home, Eric Conroy, has secured the final dredging permit necessary for the ship’s voyage. The permit was issued by the Michigan officials. According to Simcoe.com, Conroy stated: “We […]

  • 10 April 2012

    Yesterday, Easter Monday, 9 April, at 3 p.m. the Port of Rotterdam Authority, the state of Espirito Santo, the municipality of Presidente Kennedy and project developer Terminal Presidente Kennedy (TPK) signed an agreement in Vitória, Brazil, for the development of Porto Central, a new port in Brazil. The so-called ‘greenfield port’ still has to be […]

  • 10 April 2012

    A dispute over a permit for a $600 million dredging of the Savannah River shipping channel is in the hands of the South Carolina Supreme Court. According to ajc.com, a lawsuit was filed last month by the Southern Environmental Law Center. It was filed on the behalf of the Savannah Riverkeeper, the South Carolina Coastal […]

  • 9 April 2012

    According to times-standard.com, the Crescent City Harbor District is moving forward on obtaining permits for harbor repairs. The commission will review a few permits regarding repairs on the inner and outer basin of the harbor. Some of the special conditions staff is recommending include a submittal of an erosion and sedimentation control plan and a […]

  • 9 April 2012

    The DEQ has announced an April 10 public meeting and hearing on a proposal to clean sediment and riverbanks on the Huron River at the former MichCon Manufactured Gas Plant site in Ann Arbor. MichCon property owners are proposing to remove sediment, near shore soil, and some contaminated upland soil from the Huron River and […]