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McHenry strikes dredging deal with Thelen Sand & Gravel

IL, United States

McHenry City Council agreed to strike a deal with Thelen Sand & Gravel at its last meeting. The mining company requested release from two letters of credit totalling about $1 million related to the improvement of about 38 acres of property at Route 31 and Veterans Parkway. In exchange the company agreed to dispose of… Read More

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Commission to consider Presque Isle Marina work

MI, United States

MARQUETTE — The Marquette City Commission at its Monday meeting will consider a construction contract award for work at the Presque Isle Marina and amending the project budget to include an additional roughly $277,800 to be funded with the bond issued for the project. The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Monday in Commission… Read More

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Millions granted to SoMD by the Waterway Improvement Fund

MD, United States

This funding will go toward 58 projects in 16 counties, including grants for statewide projects and emergency needs such as ice-breaking. Projects include new public boating access, amenities, and facilities; dredging of navigable waterways; emergency vessels and equipment for local first responders; and other important infrastructure and initiatives. “Maryland is committed to expanding boating opportunities… Read More

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Petaluma River advocates look at tax to fund dredging

CA, United States

It’s been nearly 15 years since the Petaluma River was last dredged, and a group of citizens are tired of waiting on the federal government to clean it up, eager to take the health of the waterway back into the community’s hands. A new organization called STORM, shorthand for Sustainably Take Over River Maintenance, is… Read More

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New Dredge Coming To Cape Cod

MA, United States

A new Barnstable County dredge is scheduled to arrive and go into operation by September. The county commissioners Wednesday awarded a $1.24 million contract to Ellicott Dredges of Baltimore for the dredge. The new dredge will be more similar to the Cod Fish, a dredge bought by the county more than 20 years ago, than… Read More

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An Offshore Wind Boom is Knocking at Our Door

United States

Offshore wind power in the U.S. is about to go into a dizzying growth mode. Here’s some of what has happened in the last week that is raising our already sky-high expectations of what may be coming. Get ready for some big announcements of U.S. offshore wind projects, along with plans from wind energy developers… Read More

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Onslow Commissioners Fund North Topsail Beach Repairs

NC, United States

ONSLOW COUNTY, NC — Onslow County Board Of Commissioners decided to front funding to repair public North Topsail Beach accesses and crossovers, still damaged from Florence. The commissioners are providing more than $ 709,000 for construction and materials to get the job done sooner than later Donna Hammonds, the Onslow County Tourism Manager says missing… Read More

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EPA provides money for Great Lakes projects

OH, United States

The Environmental Protection Agency has awarded more than $1 million to the Ohio EPA for continued restoration work at four contaminated sites along Lake Erie, including the Ashtabula River. The funding aims to support continued work on highly-contaminated sites designated as areas of concern under the 1987 Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement. The agreement targeted… Read More

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James Island’s Demetre Park closed for summer repairs

SC, United States

A popular park on James Island will be closed for the summer. Hurricanes Matthew and Irma damaged part of the shoreline at Melton P. Demetre Park. On Monday, work began to repair it. According to the City of Charleston, the project requires heavy machinery and barge equipment in order to dredge and restore. They estimate… Read More

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Dredging To Begin Soon; Crabbers And Anglers Asked To Stay Clear

WA, United States

Grays Harbor, WA – Dredging could begin this week in Grays Harbor. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers tell KXRO that they plan to conduct Grays Harbor maintenance dredging in the outer harbor beginning June 6 with the Corps hopper dredge vessel ESSAYONS. The ESSAYONS is scheduled to arrive on or about June 6 at… Read More

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Barge Traffic Stalled by Historic Flooding on Mississippi River System

MN, United States

Barge Traffic Stalled by Historic Flooding on Mississippi River System It has been a rough year for commerce on the Mississippi River system, and it continues to worsen as nonstop rains keep adding to already swollen rivers. Many areas are already cresting for a third time, meaning they have dropped below flood stage, only to… Read More

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Port of Astoria invests in West Mooring Basin dredging

OR, United States

Project could help reduce waiting list The Port of Astoria Budget Committee has approved spending $150,000 on dredging at the West Mooring Basin, where the agency faces slips filling in with silt and boats bottoming out. The west side marina has a waiting list of more than 100. But the marina has not been effectively… Read More

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Dredging start a little late thanks to the weather

FL, United States

The beach renourishment project that was to begin earlier this week was delayed due to bad weather, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. “Apparently there were some weather delays in getting the dredge to the location, so we are delayed a couple of days on the start of construction,” said Jim Yocum, public… Read More

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Port Richey Council: The dredge isn’t dead yet

FL, United States

City Council members set a tentative date of June 25 for a canal dredging workshop, hoping they’ll have a new mayor and full council by then. PORT RICHEY — After Port Richey voters pick a replacement next month for jailed former Mayor Dale Massad, city officials plan to talk one more time about revitalizing efforts… Read More

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Orion Group Holdings Inc. Announces a Contract Award of Approximately $25 Million

TX, United States

The Company’s Marine segment has been awarded the Fairview Avenue North bridge replacement construction contract from the City of Seattle, Washington. The Company’s scope includes the demolition of two existing bridges and replacement with a single bridge spanning approximately 540 feet. The work is expected to begin in the third quarter with completion anticipated for… Read More

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