Project Updates & Industry Developments
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Mammoet completes final phase of terminal expansion in Veracruz, Mexico

Mexico

Mammoet’s team has successfully completed the second phase of the relocation of several shipping container cranes for Hutchison Ports ICAVE as part of a planned port expansion in Veracruz, Mexico....

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City of Hamilton to leave sludge from 24 billion-litre spill in Chedoke Creek

Canada

Amid a deadline this week for the city of Hamilton to come up with a plan for the remediation of Chedoke Creek, a city study is suggesting against the dredging of sludge from a 24 billion-litre...

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Shipbuilding subsidies: Japan seeks WTO talks with South Korea

Japan

Japan has reportedly requested talks with South Korea over that country’s alleged subsidies to its shipbuilding industry. The talks would be held under the dispute settlement process of the World...

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Residents Say Muskoka River Needs Dredging In Bracebridge

Canada

Councillor says that on Canada Day, children could be seen walking out in knee deep water in the bay during the fireworks...The Muskoka River needs to be dredged near the falls and its mouth, but who...

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To move away from the shore, or to 'armour' it — Prince Edwards Islands erosion question

Canada

Coastal Property Guide advises against the use of hard rock to protect shoreline. This story is part of a CBC News series entitled In Our Backyard, which looks at the effects climate change is...

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Corps of Engineers Hosts Celebration for Multinational Stabilization of Mosul Dam

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Division's Mosul Dam Task Force hosted the Ambassadors from the U.S. Embassy in Iraq and the Italian Embassy in Iraq, along with the Iraq Minister of...

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Contaminated silt at Market Slip causes headaches for Saint John

Canada

Boaters can't tie up at slip until silt is trucked to land-based disposal site The City of Saint John is scrambling to make arrangements for visiting boaters this summer after a plan to dredge...

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Dredging Safety Checklist

Dredge Yard continuously investigates and develops dredging equipment that is reliable, durable and eco-friendly. We strive to reduce environmental footprint and increase efficiency to achieve high...

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Isle of Palms dredge disposal site gets new look following months of work

SC, United States

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - The Isle of Palms dredge disposal area looks more prominent as you cross the Isle of Palms connector.It’s been there for decades but only lately has the Army Corps of...

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Salmon restoration project delays beach access in Squamish

Canada

VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – Kiteboarders and windsurfers in the Sea to Sky region are blown away by how quickly they’ve lost access to the two main beaches they can use to launch their equipment.A delay...

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Kelowna boat launch won't be resolved unless landowners can agree

Canada

KELOWNA - The “volatile” lakeshore north of Mission Creek will continue to disrupt boaters until some key people find a way to agree with each other on a permanent solution. Right now, the Cook...

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Malpeque Harbour channel plugged; fishermen remaining tied up as dredge works at site

Canada

MALPEQUE, P.E.I. — When P.E.I.’s lobster fleet heads out for setting day on Monday, their fellow captains in Malpeque Harbour might be left watching from the wharf.An unprecedented amount of...

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Dredging for a dock

Canada

SYDNEY, N.S. — Crews dredge Sydney harbour in front of the Portside Restaurant, on April 22.The dredging started up this week and Cape...

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The Government of Canada Invests in the Gibsons Landing Small Craft Harbour

Canada

Department of Fisheries and Oceans CanadaGIBSONS LANDING, SUNSHINE COAST, BC, April 17, 2019 /CNW/ - Coastal communities across Canada are supported by small craft harbours that bolster local...

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Province, Ottawa spending $114m to reinforce Bay of Fundy dikes against rising seas

Canada

The federal and provincial governments have announced $114 million in funding to strengthen and improve 64 km of dikes in the province to protect against rising sea levels and coastal flooding...