Dredging

  • National Marine Dredging Company names new board

    National Marine Dredging Company PJSC (NMDC), one of the leading companies providing dredging, reclamation, and marine construction services in the Middle East, has announced its new board of directors for the next three years with Mohammed Thani Murshed Al Rumaithi as its chairman.
     

  • Dredging progress in Russia

    According to the forecast of FSUE Rosmorport shared at the Congress, the company will dredge 28.3 million cbm of material in 2021 including 20 million cbm of capital dredging and 8.3 million cbm of maintenance dredging. In 2020, the total scope of dredging performed under Rosmorport's projects totaled 16 million cbm. Rosmorport gradually increases the share of dredging performed its own facilities. In 2021, it will reach 8 million cbm. 

     

  • Dare commissioners provide funding needed to...

    The Dare County Board of Commissioners have approved a request to provide the additional funding needed to keep the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ dredge Merritt working in Hatteras Inlet long enough to break through shoaling in the South Ferry Channel — a move the county says will be a game-changer for local commercial fishermen who rely on a fully open and navigable waterway.

     

  • Dredging begins at Braddock Bay

    Dredging along Braddock Bay on Lake Ontario began Monday. It’s part of New York State’s $15 million REDI Regional Dredging Project, designed to maintain safe passageways for boats.

     

  • EPA: Quincy's Cashman Dredging violated...

    Quincy construction and real estate giant Jay Cashman's dredging company has been fined $185,000 after the federal Environmental Protection Agency says it illegally dumped dredged materials.  

     

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Dredging set to begin at Bradenton Beach

In recent months, boats have been getting stuck in shallow sand off Bradenton Beach, and Manatee County is set to solve that problem in early April by dredging the Sarasota Bay.

 
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Rosmorport set to complete dredging of KSK grain terminal’s operating water area this year

Within the framework of the project "Reconstruction of the grain terminal with a cargo turnover of 2.5 million tons per year with an increase in capacity of up to 4 million tons per year", FSUE “Rosmorport” plans to dredge the operating water area of ​pier No. 40A of the KSK grain terminal in the seaport of Novorossiysk. According to the company’s press release, the volume of dredging is 218 thousand cubic meters on an area of​ more than 56.9 thousand square meters with bringing the bottom marks to minus 17.5 m.

 
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