People & Projects

Dredging projects – from planning to execution

By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.
This quote by Benjamin Franklin definitely applies to dredging.  As dredging projects are expensive and different stakes are involved, dredging projects are carefully planned and monitored, by both the employer and the contractor.

Employer and contractor

In dredging, the employer or client is the person or organisation that requires the dredging work, such as a port authority or port owner, governments or municipalities. The contractor is the party that will execute the dredging work.

In general, a dredging project from start to finish includes the following steps:

Equipment Selector

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