Dredging is essential to ensure the shipping channels are clear of material to allow the safe passage for cargo and cruise vessels. The Port is one of the largest economic generators in the State of Maryland. Dredge material can be used to restore environmental habitats, along with other uses. Source: Port of Baltimore
Dr. David Pittman, Director of Research and Development, and Chief Scientist for USACE, sends his salute to the engineer community for all they build and the lives they touch – recognizing their efforts during National Engineers Week.
Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, USACE Commanding General and 54th U.S. Army Chief of Engineers, discusses a unique dredging capability with Thad Pratt at U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory on Feb. 19, 2019.
The dredging of Neabsco Creek was completed on Feb. 14, 2019. http://www.pwcgov.org/news/pages/Dred… The channel has been cleared of millions of pounds of silt, and boats will continue to be able to safely navigate the creek that leads to the Potomac River. Last year, the Board of County Supervisors allocated up to $750,000 grant funding to… Read More
Lauren Averill, Jefferson Parish’s Coastal Management Department Coordinator talks about coastal restoration work in Louisiana and why she supports the Large-Scale Barataria Marsh Creation project.
Image: Andrew Schneider/Houston Public Media As a direct result of damage caused by Hurricane Harvey, CM Dave Martin and contractors have gotten together to dredge and pull out debris from the San Jacinto River all the way to Lake Houston. Up until now, they have been able to move tons of debris.
Our latest company video, “Ellicott’s Major Projects Group,” highlights Ellicott’s commitment to building a reliable heavy-duty dredge. In addition, viewers will have an opportunity to see our team in action as they work together to produce a dredge that exceeded our customer’s expectations. Ellicott Dredges, one of the oldest and most successful global dredging manufacturers… Read More