Harry van Dam
Harry van Dam started in 1990 as junior environmental engineer at the Hydronamic Engineering Department of Royal Boskalis Westminster (RBW) and was involved in several projects at RBW subsidiary Boskalis Dolman bv. In 1992 he went to work for an innovative Dutch in-situ remediation company, returning to RBW in 1994 as a Project Engineer directly for Boskalis Dolman. He helped establish the Boskalis Dolman Soil Washing Centres in 1995. For the past 12 years, he has been involved in all large international Boskalis Dolman projects.
Articles By Harry van Dam
The Miami River corridor was home to early Native American settlements, and in the early 1900s it was dredged in order to assist in draining the Everglades, the subtropical marshland in southern Florida. As the city of Miami developed, the river became a major outlet for storm water and untreated sewage. In 1990 the USACE recommended that maintenance dredging be done to remove sediments impacting navigation.