Savannah Dredge 60Pct Complete

The Savannah River entrance channel deepening is approximately 60 percent complete, Griffith V. Lynch, the ...

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SHEP Update March 2017

The Savannah Harbor Expansion Project (SHEP) gained more traction in March, according to the U.S. Army Corps of ...

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Meeting on Jasper Terminal Today

The USACE is holding an open house and public scoping meeting to provide information about the Environmental Impact ...

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Jasper Terminal EIS on the Way

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Charleston District (SAC) is working on an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) ...

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SHEP: Speece Cones Delivered

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District, has announced that the workers successfully unloaded four ...

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Spotlight on Augusta Scheme

As contractors continue to move forward on four of Savannah Harbor Expansion Project’s (SHEP) environmental ...

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Dredge Illinois Busy in Savannah

As part of the outer harbor dredging portion of the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project, the Dredge Illinois was ...

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VIDEO: LTG Semonite at SHEP

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Corps Connection has just released a video about the Savannah Harbor ...

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DO Construction Update VIDEO

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District, has just released this video about the installation of a ...

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Works Underway on DO System

Works are underway on clearing debris and underbrush from land set to house dissolved oxygen injection equipment ...

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Savannah River Cannon Removed

U.S. Navy divers and specially trained handlers removed the first cannon from the Savannah River during the current ...

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Dredging at Savannah River Entrance Underway

Manson Construction started dredging operations on 21 February in the vicinity of Bloody Point Range and Jones ...

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USA: Lawmakers Discuss Savannah River Dredging Permit

Lawmakers are heading towards a discussion of a state permit to dredge the Savannah River. The Ports Authority Ad ...

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