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Lake Redstone to open dredging bids April 23

WI, United States

LA VALLE — The Lake Redstone Protection District Board planned to open the bids for its 25 bay dredging project April 16. However, plans changed when two disposal sites were eliminated from the project. Chairman Mike Mittelstadt said in an email April 12 the contractors requested more time to redo their bids with the properties… Read More

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Dredging project set to begin

WI, United States

Dredging is expected to begin next month at the mouth of the Kenosha Harbor. The $572,700 contract was awarded to New Berlin-based Michels Corp. It includes a base payment of $498,000 plus an additional $74,700 in contingency for unforeseen conditions. The project was estimated at $1 million due to skyrocketing local construction costs, according to… Read More

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Harbor dredging planned this week

MI, United States

SOUTH HAVEN — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will begin dredging South Haven’s harbor this week as part of a plan to keep the harbor navigable for boats and to shore up South Beach. Holland-based King Company has been hired to dredge the Black River west of the Dyckman drawbridge and downriver past the… Read More

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Flood updates: Corps awards contract to fix levee near Percival, Iowa

IA, United States

A community whose residents have been flooded out of their homes since mid-March finally has some good news. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded a $7.5 million contract to repair the levee breach along the Missouri River that allowed Percival, Iowa, to flood. The contract was awarded to Western Contracting Corp. of Sioux… Read More

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After initial delays, $40M dredging of Kingwood mouth bar in Army Corps’ hands

TX, United States

While Houston officials have resubmitted an application to complete additional dredging in Kingwood, residents and a U.S. representative raised concerns about the slow pace of major flood relief projects. Chief Recovery Officer Stephen Costello said the reworked permit application was submitted to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on March 25. Costello also received and… Read More

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Norfolk District contract award delivers boost to Lynnhaven Inlet navigation

VA, United States

FORT NORFOLK, Va. – Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awarded a 120-day period of performance contract to Cottrell Contracting Corp. for the Lynnhaven Inlet Federal Navigation Project. The new contract takes effect in May with completion projected for September. “The ultimate goal of the project is to restore the authorized dimensions to support… Read More

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Point Pleasant Beach Replenishment Beginning Now: Here’s How It’ll be Different

NJ, United States

Crews were staging equipment and starting to pump sand onto the shore at Point Pleasant Beach this week, ramping up a replenishment effort that has come despite years of litigation by owners of privately-owned beaches in town. The latest courtroom action happened in February, when a jury awarded $330,000 to Dennis and Catherine LaPlante, Point… Read More

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Lake Adger marina to be dredged soon

NC, United States

State plans to dredge the access point before Memorial Day MILL SPRING—The marina at Lake Adger, which has been slowly filling up with silt from the Green River should be dredged soon. The Polk County Board of Commissioners heard from Gary Gardner, with the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission recently about the schedule. Polk County… Read More

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Ontonagon Harbor dredging expected after Fourth of July

MI, United States

Ontonagon — The dredging of the Ontonagon Harbor is expected to be done after the Fourth of July. EDC member Pat Tucker told the Economic Development Corporation Board Wednesday that the dredging company officials have received the contract from the Army Corps of Engineers to perform the dredging and the project manager told Tucker he… Read More

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Navarre Beach Pier to receive facelift

FL, United States

NAVARRE BEACH — Nearly a decade ago, the newest version of the Navarre Beach Pier opened with much fanfare from residents and fishermen. The blows from Hurricane Ivan in 2004 and Hurricane Dennis in 2005 had closed the pier for six years when their storm surges buckled the middle of it. Proclaimed the longest pier… Read More

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$132 million slate of Alabama coastal restoration projects gets federal approval

AL, United States

A slate of $132 million in projects intended to offset environmental impacts of the Deepwater Horizon disaster on the Alabama coast has received federal approval, Gov. Kay Ivey’s office announced Friday. The news is a step forward in the process spelled out by the federal RESTORE Act, which governs disbursement of money paid in penalties… Read More

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Bill would likely approve dredging and flood-prevention project on Satsop River

WA, United States

An amendment to a bill designed to build up salmon runs in order to provide more prey for orca whales, might also help Satsop River area farmers who have lost land to the river. The main purpose of House Bill 1579 is to increase Chinook salmon abundance as encouraged by the state’s killer whale task… Read More

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Task Force Endorses $179M Plan To Give Dallas’ Bachman Lake A Face-Lift

TX, United States

A task force of citizens and Dallas City Hall employees selected a $179M revitalization plan for Bachman Lake on Monday. Even with the endorsement of the task force and the city’s Mobility Solutions, Infrastructure and Sustainability Committee, the plan still has to pass city council. The proposal allows for the city to continue to develop… Read More

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Omaha District awarded a contract to protect Iowa water plant

NE, United States

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, awarded a contract to provide protection to the Glenwood/Pacific Junction water plant in Glenwood. The contract, worth $990,402, was awarded to Advanced Trenching and Utilities to provide protection to the water plant and well head that provides water to the Glenwood/Pacific Junction area…. Read More

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State hires contractor team to build Mid-Breton Sediment Diversion

LA, United States

A new joint venture company made up of national construction firms with a history of building levees and bridges in Louisiana has been selected by the state coastal authority to oversee construction of the proposed $800 million Mid-Breton Sediment Diversion in Plaquemines Parish. Louisiana Diversion Company LLC, whose partner firms include Brown & Root Industrial… Read More

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