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
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,
La Crosse, Wis., headquartered marine construction firm J.F. Brennan Company has recently established a permanent presence in the Mid-South Region. The company’s new Mid-South location is in Paducah, Ky., and will provide
Construction of a new inland port at the confluence of the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers in Cairo, Ill., has taken another step forward. The Alexander-Cairo Port District has completed a project labor
Earlier last month, Port Canaveral in Florida marked a historic milestone in the safe, reliable transportation and delivery of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in North America as the Q-LNG 4000, a cutting-edge
In March, the maritime industry reached a full year of ongoing COVID-19 issues as it continued on recovery efforts. March also saw one of the largest ever disruptions to maritime trade as
The Mississippi River at the Carrollton Gage in New Orleans has risen above 11 feet prompting the New Orleans Engineer District to activate Phase I flood fight procedures beginning March 11, 2021.
The National Transportation Safety Board has issued its report on an incident in which a fully laden product tanker plowed into moored vessels, barges and wharves causing some $40.5 million of damages.
The St. Paul Engineer District, locked its last tow of the season November 30, ending the navigation season on the Upper Mississippi River. Traditionally, the last tow heading south of Lock and
American Cruise Lines, Guilford, Conn., reports that just two months after accepting delivery of the American Jazz, its next new ship is already being readied for launch at its affiliate, Chesapeake Shipbuilding