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Harbor District takes lead on Surfer’s Beach: Dredging project south of Pillar Point Harbor remains stalled, local agency seeks quicker action

After more than 50 years of Surfer’s Beach slowly eroding away, the San Mateo County Harbor District has opted to take charge of efforts to replenish sand and deter further damage caused by the...

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Avalon beach fill project starts behind schedule

A $6.3 million beach replenishment project to restore severely eroded north-end beaches in the borough started over the weekend at Eighth Street, three weeks later than anticipated. The project,...

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FY15 Charleston Entrance Channel Maintenance Dredging, South Carolina - Presolicitation

olicitation Number: W912HP-15-B-0004Agency: Department of the ArmyOffice: U.S. Army Corps of EngineersLocation: USACE District, CharlestonSolicitation Number: W912HP-15-B-0004Notice Type:...

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Beach replenishment dredge leaves Strathmere for Avalon

The dredge pumping sand onto Strathmere’s beaches left for Avalonthis week to complete a municipal beach replenishment project there, and could return here as soon as July 9.Township engineer Paul...

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Wonder Lake dredging project moves to White Oaks Bay

The toughest part of the dredging work at Wonder Lake is done, the lake manager said.The completed work amounts to only a quarter to a third of the total work but the inlet of Nippersink Creek was the...

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Lake Decatur: The Dredge Report

Wet weather slowed work to increase the storage space for sediment from Lake Decatur, but dredging operations continued without issue last week.Crews from Terra Contracting Services have been working...

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Officials Get Update on Bronka Dredging

The Chairman of the Federation Council of Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, Mrs. Valentina Matvienko, and Deputy Minister of Transport, Mr. Victor Olersky, held a working visit to the...

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Panama Locks filled with water

Since 2010, a consortium including Jan De Nul Group has been constructing the new lock complexes at the Panama Canal, one of the most prestigious infrastructure works in the world. The works comprise...

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Dredging of Krug lagoon on schedule even with rains

Rainfall has not delayed crews from continuing work on the Krug Park lagoon.“The rain doesn’t affect the dredging operations as one might think,” said Jeff Atkins, City of St. Joseph Parks Dept....

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Panana Canal expansion in final stage

The Panama Canal Authority last week took an important step forward toward the completion of its canal Expansion Program as it began to fill the lower chamber of its new Atlantic locks....

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Liverpool2 Hits Major Construction Milestone

Construction at the new £300 million ($500million) container terminal being built at the Port of Liverpool has reached an advanced stage. Work to reclaim 12 hectares of land has passed the first...

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Dredging performed by ???? (China) at port Bronka from Jan'15 totals 2.6 mln cbm

The scope of dredging performed by CHINA COMMUNICATIONS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY (????) at the water area and the approach canal of the Marine Multipurpose Complex Bronka (MMPK Bronka, Big Port St....

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Govt to undertake beautification, dredging of River Sal

Fisheries minister Avertano Furtado has announced that the government would soon undertake an exercise of dredging and beautification of river Sal, a project that would entail an expenditure of 200...

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PWD takes up dredging of Kallanai Kalvai

Work on dredging the Kallanai Kalvai, the Cauvery, and the Vennar channels have been taken up by the Public Works Department at an estimate of Rs.7.50 crore and the works would be completed within two...

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Immediate Inlet Dredging Planned As Long-Term Fix Evaluated

About one month after state and local officials sent a letter to the federal Army Corps of Engineers requesting immediate assistance with the dredging and deepening of the Ocean City Inlet, it appears...