The Galveston Engineer District plays a key role in America’s economy by keeping waterways open for navigation and commerce. The Galveston District is directly responsible for monitoring more than 1,000 miles of
Panama City, Fla., based Eastern Shipbuilding Group Inc. conducted sea trials for the R.B. Weeks (ESG Hull 258) trailing suction hopper dredge it built for Weeks Marine Inc. and launched last summer.
Mississippi River drought conditions kept the St. Louis Engineer District’s veteran dustpan dredge Potter, originally built in 1932, busy throughout its 2022-23 season, which ended on February 1, 2023. To maintain the
Shares in Houston-headquartered Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation (Nasdaq: GLDD) were taking a hit this morning. The dredging giant reported a fourth quarter 2022 net loss of $31.2 million and a
On the heels of Marine Log’s annual TTB (Tugs, Towboats & Barges) event, this issue focuses on that sector, dredging and ship repair.
The Coast Guard has been overseeing a pollution response after a cutter suction dredge capsized in the Mississippi River in the vicinity of Mile 85 near Meraux, La. Coast Guard Sector New
A concept design for a 2,500-cubic-meter hopper dredge is the first Damen concept vessel to gain Bureau Veritas (BV) certification using 3D model-based classification approval (3D MBA). Following this successful implementation of
The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2023, approved by Congress in December 2022, includes project closeout funding of $157.3 million for the Port of Corpus Christi Ship Channel Improvement Project (CIP) for the
Currently under construction at the Keppel AmFELS shipyard in Brownsville, Texas, Manson Construction Company’s 15,000-cubic-yard capacity, 420 foot long Frederick Paup will be the largest U.S.-flagged, self-propelled hopper dredge in the United
Keppel Offshore & Marine Ltd (Keppel O&M) subsidiary Keppel FELS has delivered the second of three dual-fuel trailing suction hopper dredges to Dutch maritime company, Van Oord. Named Vox Apolonia, its green