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Holcim lands Townsville Port rock haul deal

Australia

Holcim Australia has landed a rock supply contract to service Queensland’s $193 million Port of Townsville Channel Upgrade Project.The company has been selected to supply a "significant portion" of...

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Second Phase Of John Compton Dam Rehabilitation Set To Begin

Saint Lucia

Press Release:- Work on the second phase of the John Compton Dam Rehabilitation Project, JCD02 – Dredging of the Reservoir and Transport of Sediment is set to begin in June 2019.The announcement was...

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Delta Mariner first to use deepened Nieuwe Waterweg

Netherlands

Delta Mariner arrived at Koole (port number 4045) at 20 April. This tanker is the first 15-metre-draught vessel to arrive there. The vessel thus officially opened the deepened Nieuwe Waterweg....

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Project Comes in Under Budget for Nanton

Canada

Good news for a major project in the Town of Nanton.The cost of dredging out the water reservoir, with 40 years of sediment in it, has come in at under $700,000 down from the 1.25 million dollars...

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Dawlish sea wall gets council planning approval with construction to begin in May

United Kingdom

Plans for an £80m sea wall to protect the Dawlish coastal rail line from extreme weather have been by approved by Teignbridge District Council.Construction of the new sea wall will now begin at the...

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Sand renourishment for East Rockingham beach

Australia

The City of Rockingham will carry out sand renourishment works at Challenger Beach in late April to combat ongoing erosion issues that are occurring on site. Challenger Beach in East...

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NTIC urges FG to dredge Ogun-Osun river basin

Nigeria

The Nigeria Tulip International College (NTIC), Ogun Chapter, has urged the Federal Government to direct the immediate dredging of the Ogun-Osun River Basin to accommodate more water and prevent...

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DEME Awarded Deepening Contract for Elbe River

Belgium

DEME has been awarded a major contract to carry out the deepening works on the river Elbe in Germany. We will deploy several trailing suction hopper dredgers, backhoe dredgers and spreader pontoons to...

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Neptune to dredge inlet to hold Capesize carriers

Canada

Neptune Terminals is soon to begin a massive dredging project that will make it easier for much larger ships to dock at the coal and potash export facility. The company recently received approval...

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Federal agency to commence environmental assessment of proposed Boat Harbour remediation

Canada

The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency has confirmed on its website that it will assess a proposed cleanup of the Boat Harbour lagoons near Pictou Landing First Nation in Nova Scotia.Million of...

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Preparation under way for flood scheme at Dundee beach

United Kingdom

Preparation works for the Broughty Ferry flood protection scheme are under way as of today.Investigations will determine the ground conditions and ground water levels for future constructions under...

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Maintenance Dredging Campaign Soon Underway At Duncan Dock In The Port Of Cape Town

South Africa

Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA)’s Dredging Services division will soon embark on a maintenance dredging campaign at the Port of Cape Town to restore the design depths at certain berths...

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MTCC contracted to construct Phase two of V. Keyodhoo harbor

Maldives

The Maldives Transport and Contracting Company Plc (MTCC) has been contracted to construct Phase two of V. Keyodhoo harbour on April 10th, 2019. Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of...

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Contracts awarded for channel optimisation project

Australia

Kimberley Ports Authority (KPA) has announced its preferred contractors to deliver the beacon and pile removal and dredging works of its channel optimisation project.KPA has engaged Total AMS (TAMS)...

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Nigeria is Building New Deep Seaports To Ease Lagos’ Apapa Notorious Gridlock

Nigeria

Nigeria is building a new deep-seaport and considering two additional facilities to ease congestion at Apapa seaports, which currently handle about 80 per cent of all shipping traffic in the...