Jan De Nul signs supply agreement with W&O

Extending an existing 10-year relationship, dredging and installation vessel giant Jan De Nul has signed a new agreement with W&O, a leading supplier of valves, actuators, pipes and fittings to the global

Dredging to free grounded Ever Forward

Dredging to free Ever Forward gets underway

Although the 1,095 foot long, 12,118 TEU Evergreen Marine containership Ever Forward remains grounded in Chesapeake Bay, salvor Donjon Smit began efforts to free the vessel Sunday. That was one week after

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Great Lakes Dredge books contracts worth $132.3 million

Houston-headquartered Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation (NASDAQ: GLDD), reports that it has recently booked major dredging contracts worth $132.3 million. The awarded work includes: Coastal Storm Risk Management Rockaway Inlet Beach

Sean M. Duffy Sr., executive director of Big River Coalition, and executive vice president of Louisiana Maritime Association

Sean Duffy named 2022 C. Alvin Bertel Award recipient

The World Trade Center New Orleans (WTCNO) reports that Sean M. Duffy Sr., executive director of Big River Coalition, and executive vice president of Louisiana Maritime Association, will be the recipient of

USACE awards Cleveland Harbor dredging contract

The Buffalo Engineer District has awarded a $5.98 million contract to Michigan-based Walsh Service Solutions. The award covers dredging of the federal navigation channel in Cleveland Harbor. “Maintaining the operation of our

American Maritime Partnership elects new leadership team

The American Maritime Partnership (AMP), the umbrella organization for the U.S. domestic maritime industry, today announced the election of new leadership. Ku’uhaku Park, senior vice president of government and community relations at

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VIDEO: Damen’s second MAD 3500 dredge enters service

The second vessel of Damen’s new Marine Aggregate Dredge (MAD) 3500 class, the Hanson Thames, has now completed sea trials and entered service with its owner, building materials supplier Hanson U.K., replacing

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Corps looks to replace 56-year-old hopper dredge

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is at the initial stages of procuring a replacement for its 56-year old hopper dredge McFarland, delivered by Bethlehem Steel Shipbuilding in 1966. The Corps has

Maryland to bring back two vanishing islands through dredging

A pair of vanishing islands off the coast of Dorchester County, Md., are to be restored using dredged sediment. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Supplemental FY 2022 Workplan allocates $37.5

Deadly dredge strike on pipeline: NTSB makes 10 safety recs

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) issued 10 safety recommendations Tuesday. They were made during a public board meeting held to determine the probable cause of the fatal August 21, 2020, hazardous