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Project sets stage for Mississippi River dredging

LA, United States

United Soybean Board looks to study benefits of deeper river channel to enhance soybean farmer profits. A new project approved by the United Soybean Board (USB) sets the foundation needed to improve the draft of the lower Mississippi River from 45 ft. to 50 ft. USB has approved funding to support environmental assessments (research) and… Read More

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Baltimore Harbor Maintenance Dredging RFQ – Opportunity Available at Department of the Army

MD, United States

Here is another great opportunity from Department of the Army titled Baltimore Harbor Maintenance Dredging. The solicitation number of this Request For Quotation is W912DR19B0014. Department of the Army is looking for This is a Pre-Solicitation NoticeThis project will be announced as W912DR-19-B-0014. Project Description: Baltimore Harbor Maintenance Dredging, Maryland FY 19 The proposed procurement… Read More

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Dredging to begin in the Neebing-McIntyre Floodway (2 Photos)

Canada

THUNDER BAY — The Lakehead Region Conservation Authority says an accumulation of silt in the Neebing-McIntyre Floodway means part of the channel needs to be dredged to ensure the floodway works the way it’s supposed to. The LRCA has hired a contractor to remove silt from the section between the Balmoral Street bridge and the… Read More

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Miami Beach Approves Funding to Start Dredging Clogged Waterways

FL, United States

The $250,000 of funding approved by the city commission will go towards the first phase of the project – planning and design. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA – The Miami Beach Commission recently approved $250,000 to begin dredging Collins Canal and Biscayne Point Waterway. Sediment build up in the area creates shallow spots that restricts boats from… Read More

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City contracts for shoreline management program

CA, United States

DEL MAR — As coastal cities grapple with the reality of sea-level rise, Del Mar is making strides to ensure sand replenishment is an adaptation option for its local beaches. At a June 17 City Council meeting, council members approved a three-year contract with engineering consultant Moffatt & Nichol to create the city’s shoreline management… Read More

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Contractor selected for Queen Bess Island restoration

LA, United States

The state has secured a construction company to restore Queen Bess Island — what coastal officials call an important habitat for brown pelicans. Pontchartrain Partners LLC will complete the $9.8 million project. The island, which has suffered from subsidence and erosion, will have 30 acres of pelican and wading bird habitat built back up, restoration… Read More

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FEMA, Army Corp will begin dredging Kingwood mouthbar in July

TX, United States

Contractors continue to stage equipment for the Army Corps of Engineers’ planned dredging of the West Fork of the San Jacinto River east of Highway 59, Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018 in Humble. 30,000 feet of pipe will be used to extract dredging material from the river. The notorious mouthbar — a buildup of sand and… Read More

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Corps may dredge San Francisco Bay for oil tankers

CA, United States

Environmental and public interest groups have filed letters with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, strongly objecting to plans to dredge and deepen San Francisco Bay for oil tankers, Kallanish Energy has learned. The plan by the Corps calls for a 13-mile-long dredging project to make it easier for tankers to move crude to and… Read More

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RCD to start dredging Butano Creek

CA, United States

Removal of sediment to alleviate flooding, fish kills Bill Cook found his dream home in Pescadero in 1996. There was one problem. His house flooded. There were days his children would canoe to the bus stop and boogie board on the driveway. Last Friday, the San Mateo Resource Conservation District officially marked the start of… Read More

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Miami Beach OKs funds to start dredging clogged waterways

FL, United States

Miami Beach commissioners have approved $250,000 for dredging of the Biscayne Point Waterway and Collins Canal. Homeowners celebrated the decision after waiting nearly three decades for sediment removal. Sediment continues to pile in most areas of Biscayne Point Waterway and Collins Canal, cutting boat access at certain points. It’s a big issue for his residents,… Read More

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Trump Administration to Dredge San Francisco Bay to Make Room for More Oil

CA, United States

Groups Push Back on Plans to Expand Bay Area Refining OAKLAND, Calif.— Public-interest groups filed a joint letter Monday with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers strongly warning against efforts to dredge a deeper channel through San Francisco Bay. The Army Corps’ proposal would result in a 13-mile dredging project designed to make it easier… Read More

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Royal Palm getting $500,000 to dredge muck out of some of its worst-clogged canals

FL, United States

The money is part of a $91 billion budget signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis on Friday. ROYAL PALM BEACH — The village will receive half a million dollars for a canal rehabilitation project as part of the $91 billion budget signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis on Friday. Democratic state Sen. Bobby Powell, whose district includes… Read More

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Point Pleasant Beach will soon be getting repairs to the dunes

NJ, United States

Point Pleasant Beach will finally see some upgrades to its beaches after Jersey Shore Congressman Chris Smith (R-NJ, Monmouth, Ocean and Mercer Counties) announced that the Army Corps of Engineers negotiated a contract to get dredging work done in the borough. The beach replenishment contractor, Weeks Marine, will be returning to Point Pleasant Beach to… Read More

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Ahead of July construction start, experts answer resident questions about Terminal 5

WA, United States

With initial construction on Terminal 5 just weeks away, Port of Seattle and Northwest Seaport Alliance officials set up shop in Jack Block Park Saturday to answer resident questions and provide information about the plans. The project, which is slated to begin its pre-construction phase this July and last into 2023, constitutes a major overhaul… Read More

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US Army Corps of Engineers signed today the recommended plan for ecosystem restoration along California’s Yuba River

CA, United States

Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, USACE Commanding General and 54th U.S. Army Chief of Engineers, today signed the recommended plan for ecosystem restoration along California’s Yuba River. The signing of the Chief’s Report progresses the project to Congress for authorization. Learn more about the Yuba River Ecosystem Restoration Study: https://go.usa.gov/xyxCS Source: linkedin.com

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