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3 Critical (and Simple) Steps to Prevent Stray Current Corrosion at Barge Terminals

Posted by Dillon Hogan on Tue, Oct 2, 2018

Stray current corrosion is a common threat to water-based steel structures such as barge terminals. Though hard to identify the source, damage from stray current can be prevented by following 3 simple steps.

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Cofferdams 101: Different Types and Construction Methods on Waterways

Posted by Dillon Hogan on Tue, Aug 21, 2018

Working around water poses a plethora of challenges. There are always two parts of a water-based project, the above and below water sections. Access to the above water section is easy, however when working below the waterline access is not that easy. One of the more apparent issues is what do you do when the water is in the way of your work? One solution is to build a cofferdam.

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The 4 Basic Steps of a Wetland Restoration

Posted by Dillon Hogan on Tue, Jul 24, 2018

Our experience in wetland habitat restoration began 30 years ago with the Upper Mississippi River Restoration Program (UMRR), the largest restoration program ever undertaken on a major waterway, worldwide.  Since then we have carried out many more restorations along the inland waters of the United States, including restoration after large-scale environmental remediation.  

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Waterway Infrastructure from the Eyes of Those Who Build It

Posted by Mark Binsfeld on Thu, Mar 22, 2018

There is a lot of buzz around the president’s infrastructure plan lately. It is clear that everyone wants better infrastructure, regardless to which party an individual may belong. The biggest challenge to getting what everyone wants is funding, and making matters more difficult, the allocation of this funding is another source of disagreement. As a contractor that provides construction services to owners of infrastructure, it is clear that the waterways are suffering the most from lack of investment.

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