Dredging is the operation of excavating material from a water environment (sometimes temporarily created) for the purpose of improving existing water features; reshaping land and water features to alter drainage, navigability, and commercial use; construct dams, dykes, and other controls for streams and shorelines; and to recover valuable mineral deposits or marine life having commercial value. In all but a few situations, the excavation is undertaken by a specialist floating plant, known as a dredger. Dredging is carried out in many different locations and for many different purposes, but the main objectives are usually to recover material of value or use, or to create a greater depth of water.
All dredges can generally be classified as suction or mechanical. We are one of just a few engineering companies to offer a dedicated group of experienced professionals focused on Grab dredging, Rock Dredging, Sand Dredging, and land reclamation work. Our staff expertise comes from decades spent in the industry‚ÄĒplanning, designing, and executing some of the largest, high-profile dredging and land reclamation projects to date.