An 88-year-old Corps of Engineers dustpan dredge, the Jadwin, departed from the Vicksburg, Miss., Harbor, May 3, for its annual season of dredging along the Mississippi River and its tributaries. The Jadwin
Port Arthur, Texas, based Vessel Repair Shipyard has received a patent (No. 10988210) for the hull of its Pacesetter class push boats. The shipyard notes that the majority of work boats are
The Sabine Pilots Association today formally opened its new headquarters located in Port Arthur, Texas. The new structure is designed and built to enable the Sabine Pilots to handle the growth and
The Coast Guard today lifted a waterway restriction that had been in place from Mile 736 to Mile 737 on the Mississippi River, in the vicinity of the I-40 bridge in Memphis,
America’s largest provider of dredging services, Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation today reported that it had received major dredging awards totaling $112.8 million. The work includes: Mobile Harbor Navigation-Phase 3 Project
The U.S. Coast Guard issued a waterway restriction to all vessel traffic on the Lower Mississippi River Tuesday near the I-40 bridge in Memphis, Tenn. The waterway restriction closes the river to
In what will be a gentle reminder to some towing vessel owners, and likely a jarring wake-up call to others, a post on the Coast Guard Maritime Commons blog notes that the
The U.S. Coast Guard Acquisition Directorate reports that the Coast Guard waterways commerce cutter (WCC) program released a request for proposal (RFP) on April 30 for the design and construction of its
Marking the start of National Infrastructure Week, Port Houston has held a ceremony breaking the ground for the start of construction work to support widening and deepening the 52-mile Houston Ship Channel.
Plaquemines Port has reached an agreement to work together with the Maersk Group’s port operations unit, APM Terminals, to discuss the future design of the Plaquemines Port Harbor and Terminal District (PPHTD).