Marsha Cohen received a degree in English language and literature in the USA. After working at The Viking Press in New York and Elsevier Publishers in the Netherlands, she co-founded a communications company, The Tappan Group BV in The Hague with many governmental clients. In 1991 she became editor of Terra et Aqua Journal and a PR advisor to the International Association of Dredging Companies (IADC). She has co-edited and written several books on dredging related subjects. Since January 2016 she is a freelance journalist for the dredging industry.
Articles By Marsha Cohen
Dredging projects impact a wide variety of stakeholders. Over the years dredging contractors and clients have become more aware of the public’s need for information. Keeping clear communications open with all stakeholders, especially the public can benefit dredging projects.
Education and Training for a Career in Today’s Maritime Construction Industry – Dredgers are Made, not Born
To maintain a highly skilled workforce, the dredging industry seeks qualified candidates all over the world and provides present employees with special career opportunities.