Project Updates & Industry Developments
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Record water levels set, watching spring

Detroit, MI, United States

DETROIT -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District, announces that Lakes Michigan, Huron, St. Clair and Erie set new monthly mean water level records for April 2020, which were...

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GLDD starts work for the USACE at York Spit Channel dredging in Baltimore

Baltimore, MD, United States

Contracted crews working for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, began maintenance dredging of the York Spit Channel in the Chesapeake Bay Saturday May 9th to maintain safe passage...

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Clean Earth Provides Beneficial Reuse Solutions to Plymouth Harbor in Preparation for Historical Celebration

MA, United States

“America’s Hometown” will mark its 400th anniversary of the historic Mayflower landing at Plymouth Rock This summer the Town of Plymouth, Massachusetts “America’s Hometown” will mark its 400th...

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Southern Shores moves toward decision on beach nourishment

NC, United States

The monthly Southern Shores Town Council meeting took place on May 5 at 5:30 p.m. Council members met, while maintaining social distance, at the Pitts Center to receive updates on recycling, beach...

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Marshfield and Duxbury look to shore up beaches with beach nourishment plan

MA, United States

The towns had planned for a meeting in March, but it was cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic.MARSHFIELD — Before the coronavirus pandemic, Marshfield Planning Director Greg Guimond...

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Corps advises mariners of maintenance at Maxwell Locks and Dam

PA, United States

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District is advising mariners that scheduled maintenance is ongoing at Maxwell Locks and Dam on the Monongahela River. The district’s dive team will...

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Dredges At Rest, Falmouth Harbor – Slideshow

MA, United States

FALMOUTH – It has taken several years but we have finally gotten photos of the missing piece of our rather informal visual study of dredging projects on Cape Cod. We found two barges at rest in...

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Offshore wind could propel post-pandemic US economy

United States

Despite 16 US offshore wind projects in the pipeline, strained resources at BOEM are slowing the approval processEconomic activity generated by offshore wind development could provide a massive boost...

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First Jones Act compliant offshore wind installation vessel coming in 2023

VA, United States

A consortium led by Dominion Energy is developing a Jones Act compliant installation vessel for the U.S. offshore wind sector.Funded by the consortium, the vessel is set to enter service in 2023 and...

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PFAS Found In Sediment and Surface Water At Milwaukee Estuary Area of Concern

WI, United States

MADISON, Wis. – The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has received results from surface water and sediment sampling performed in November 2019 to determine if per- and polyfluoroalkyl...

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Manson's hopper dredge Westport back working in Anchorage, Ak

WA, United States

The hopper dredge WESTPORT is back in Anchorage with her very experienced crew for the final round of a three-year maintenance #dredging contract for US Army Corps of Engineers in support of Port of...

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Gator Dredging Completes Maintenance Dredging in Fort Pierce

FL, United States

In April, Gator Dredging completed a maintenance dredging project for the City of Fort Pierce, Florida, along the Intracoastal Waterway (ICWW). The work included hydraulically dredging and...

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Why has construction on the Jacksonville Beach pier stopped?

FL, United States

JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. – With eyes around the world on Jacksonville’s beaches, some of the first to open amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many are noticing the pier rebuilding project is on pause.The...

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After crash with U.S.190 Bridge, Corps of Engineers towboat awaits salvage plan on river bottom

MS, United States

A 51-foot-long U.S. Army Corps of Engineers towboat has sat at the bottom of the Mississippi River somewhere near the U.S. 190 Bridge for the past 10 days after it capsized while helping an agency...