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Work Plan increases Vicksburg District funding for fiscal year 2020

MS, United States

VICKSBURG, Miss. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Vicksburg District has announced that its Work Plan for the 2020 fiscal year includes $102 million in funding for its civil works program, the largest amount of funding since the 2013 fiscal year. The Work Plan will fund projects, programs and activities that received funding… Read More

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Significant Inlet Dredging Work Scheduled

MD, United States

OCEAN CITY — The Army Corps of Engineers hopper dredge Currituck is expected to arrive in Ocean City next week for a scheduled routine dredging project around the Inlet. Three or four times a year, the Army Corps of Engineers-Baltimore District sends the Currituck, or its sister ship Murden, to Ocean City to conduct routine… Read More

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6 coastal restoration projects moving forward

LA, United States

A coalition of federal agencies and the state of Louisiana has voted to approve four coastal restoration projects for design funding and two for construction funding. A news release said the four projects approved for Phase I design funding with a combined cost of nearly $14 million include North Delacroix Marsh Creation and Terracing, Phoenix… Read More

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Sandbridge’s $20 million beach replenishment project to begin

VA, United States

After a long wait, Sandbridge Beach will finally get its share of storm protection. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk District, will begin mobilizing equipment soon at Little Island Park to replenish the beach with sand. The 5-mile project area will stretch from the Dam Neck Fleet Training Center to Back Bay National Wildlife… Read More

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Dredging project set to begin at Huntingdon County dam

PA, United States

HUNTINGDON COUNTY, Pa. (WJAC) — Work on the dam-dredging project is set to begin this week at Whipple Dam State Park in Jackson Township, Huntingdon County. Greenwood Furnace State Park complex manager Michael Dinsmore says trees will be cleared and 42,000 cubic yards of sediment will be removed from the lake bed. He says all… Read More

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HOA OK’d to Dredge Primary Nursery Area

NC, United States

The Coastal Resources Commission granted a variance Wednesday to the Shinn Creek Estates Homeowners Association in Wilmington to perform dredging in a primary nursery area. PNAs are Marine Fisheries Commission-designated wetlands and shallow waters that provide habitat for juvenile finfish and crustaceans. The action Wednesday follows the Division of Coastal Management’s denial of the HOA’s… Read More

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County to dredge pair of waterways

NC, United States

BEAUFORT – Two key Down East Carteret County waterways will be dredged soon. County commissioners Monday night approved contracts with Brooks Marine Dredging and Construction of Harkers Island to dredge Salters Creek and The Straits Landing Channel. According to Greg Rudolph, manager of the Carteret County Shore Protection Office, based in Emerald Isle, the state… Read More

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Boston Ship Repair wins $14.3 million Navy contract

MA, United States

Boston Ship Repair LLC, Boston, Massachusetts, has been awarded a $14,358,866 firm-fixed-price contract for a 90-calendar day shipyard availability for the overhaul drydocking availability of USNS John Lenthall (T-AO 189). Work will include furnishing of general services, hull steel replacement, tank painting, stability testing, degaussing conduit removal from tanks and inserting bulkheads, diesel engine repair,… Read More

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$46M in Army Corps funding to Calcasieu River project

LA, United States

AKE CHARLES, La. (AP) — Port officials in Lake Charles are hailing $46 million in federal funding that is going toward a project designed to improve navigation to port facilities in Lake Charles. The money for the Calcasieu River and Pass Project was included in the Army Corps of Engineers’ funding plan that was announced… Read More

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Massey’s Ditch dredging $800,000 over bid amount

DE, United States

DNREC expected increase over 2018 estimate of $3.6 million The view from the sidewalk on the bridge crossing the Indian River Inlet shows the beach on the north side of the inlet has received a significant influx of sand this winter from the Massey’s Ditch dredging project and the bypass system that moves sand from… Read More

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Engineering firm urges replacement of Point Hudson breakwater

WA, United States

Port of Port Townsend commissioners to consider proposal PORT TOWNSEND — A preferred alternative to replace the south breakwater at Point Hudson could be under construction as early as winter 2021, an engineering firm said. The proposal, presented Wednesday during a Port of Port Townsend commission workshop, would cost between $5.5 million and $6.5 million,… Read More

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Cuomo announces 20 dredging sites along Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River

NY, United States

Twenty sites along the Lake Ontario shoreline and the St. Lawrence River have been selected for dredging in order to prevent future flooding. Governor Andrew Cuomo made the announcement during a stop on Wednesday at Sandy Pond in Oswego County. The first round of dredging is already complete – in Port Bay, Wayne County. Other… Read More

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Sand coming soon to Manasota Key

FL, United States

ENGLEWOOD — Beginning next week, Manasota Key could see fresh sand along its Gulf shoreline. Workers should begin pumping sand onto the shoreline starting Thursday, Feb. 20, barring any inclement weather or other unforeseen delay. Crews for the dredging contractor, Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company, spent this week laying pipeline from offshore sand sources… Read More

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Major new oceanfront campground to be built along Monterey Bay

CA, United States

SEASIDE — For 77 years, Fort Ord near Monterey was a sprawling Army base thick with artillery pieces, wooden barracks and infantrymen taking target practice with rifles and machine guns. More than 2 million men and women served there between 1917 and 1994, including soldiers who battled in World War I, stormed the beaches in… Read More

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$4 million approved for Rye Harbor dredging

NH, United States

RYE — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has approved $4 million to complete dredging work — the removal of earth and debris from the bottom of a body of water — at Rye Harbor. The Army Corps of Engineers approved of the work in its Fiscal Year 2020 Work Plan for Operation and Maintenance,… Read More

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