Dredging

Innovation (L) with TSHD Breughel

Specialist facilities are needed to cater for the many offshore windfarm projects in and around the North Sea.


Removing Wandle weir

Challenging assumptions can save money, transport miles, and the environment.


Khaleej Bay dredging in the shallow lagoon

The biggest combined land reclamation and scour protection contract in the region and the largest construction development undertaken by the Maldives government – that is the USD800 million expansion of Malé International Airport.


An aerial view of Griend

Griend is an uninhabited Wadden Sea island that is vital as a breeding place for 50,000 birds but has been slowly disappearing over many years – Boskalis was tasked with saving this World Heritage site.


L-R: WGBU members - Thomas Vijverberg , Dafydd Lloyd Jones, David Tenwolde, Joost Koevoets, Heinz-Dieter Detzner, Marco Wensveen, Arjan Wijdeveld, Ivo Pallemans, Luca Sittoni, Chris Schalm, Peter Seymour

In this interview, Luca Sittoni, who chairs the CEDA working group on beneficial use of sediment, discusses how every project adopting use/reuse principles can help to sustain the planet.


Old site of shuttered asphalt factory at Port of Seattle

Port of Seattle’s busy environmental agenda goes beyond pure marine engineering projects to reflect its green consciousness in ambitious, diverse and tangible ways.


Port of Hamburg.

Ports and terminals discuss with DPC whether they are seeing a broad recovery from the recent downturn, new markets to exploit, returning confidence, and new investment.


Self-propelled CSD Fernão de Magalhães at work in Calais

DPC recently visited one of Europe’s current major port construction projects – the Calais Port 2015 in northern France.


Port of Savannah

It took more than 15 years of study before the Savannah Harbour Expansion Project (SHEP) got under way, but it is now more than 60% complete and on schedule to be fully commissioned by 2021.