Oak Brook, Ill., headquartered Great Lakes Dredge & & Dock Corporation (NASDAQ: GLDD) the other day reported that it had actually won significant dredging honors amounting to $83 million.
The honors consisted of:
- Charlotte/Sarasota Regional Beach Project (Coastal Protection, Florida, $30.5 million)
- South Atlantic Region Harbor Dredging (Maintenance, Georgia and also North Carolina, $13.9 million)
- Chester, Pennsylvania, Modification Project (Capital, Pennsylvania, $13.7 million)
- Hunting Island State Park Project (Coastal Protection, South Carolina, $11.4 million)
- Tybee Island Shore Protection Project (Coastal Protection, Georgia, $13.8 million)
The Charlotte/Sarasota Regional Beach Project includes coastline renourishment to recover seriously worn down coastlines on Manasota Key and also Knight Islands inFlorida Work will certainly begin in January 2020.
The South Atlantic Region Harbor Dredging Project, likewise anticipated to begin in January 2020, will certainly entail yearly upkeep deal with Brunswick, Savannah, Wilmington and also Morehead City Harbors.
The Chester, Pennsylvania, Modification Project includes job to finish the multi-yearDelaware River Deepening Program The alteration job consists of the pretreatment of rock and also dredging of the last high areas, which is the last phase of growing the network from the Atlantic Ocean toPhiladelphia This job is anticipated to be finished by the end of January 2020.
The Hunting Island State Park Project will certainly put added sand onto 2 miles of the obstacle island’s coastline that were worn down after significant tornado occasions. This job will certainly begin and also finish in the initial quarter of 2020.
The Tybee Island Shore Protection Project includes the replenishment of sand shed because of stormts and also job to preserve and also enhance the resiliency of the coastlines. This job is approximated to finish in February 2020.
David Simonelli, President of Dredging commented, “Great Lakes is pleased to announce these important deepening, coastal protection and maintenance dredging awards. These projects will enhance our year-end backlog and position us well for 2020. Working on these projects allows Great Lakes to help strengthen the U.S. economy, infrastructure and further support the protection of our U.S. coast lines.”