The Panama Canal: A Look Back, A Look Forward
The Panama Canal: A Look Back, A Look Forward

On the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty between Panama and the United States to build a canal to connect the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, the "New Panama Canal" is evaluated.

Pre-Trenching, Pre-Sweeping and Backfilling for the 36" Offshore Pipeline Project in Taiwan
Pre-Trenching, Pre-Sweeping and Backfilling for the 36″ Offshore Pipeline Project in Taiwan

A trailing suction hopper dredger equipped with a deep-dredging installation proved to be extremely versatile and saved the pipelaying project from large delays.

The Gorai Re-Excavation Project
The Gorai Re-Excavation Project

After three seasons of dredging, the catastrophic drying up of the Gorai River in Bangladesh has been reversed making shipping and fishing possible once again.

Restoration and Development Project of South Lake of Tunis and its Shores
Restoration and Development Project of South Lake of Tunis and its Shores

At the request of the Tunisian Government, a consortium of five dredging contractors has regenerated one of the most eutrophic lagoons in the world into a living lake.

Tanjung Pelepas Port: From Jungle to Malaysia's Newest Container Port
Tanjung Pelepas Port: From Jungle to Malaysia’s Newest Container Port

Working on a fast track, in less than 5 years, a quiet oil palm plantation area has been transformed into an active port and industrial area.

NorFra Pipeline Installation Project: Pretrenching, Seabed Levelling, and Landfall Dredging and Civi
NorFra Pipeline Installation Project: Pretrenching, Seabed Levelling, and Landfall Dredging and Civil Works

A 42" diameter, 835 km-long, high pressure natural gas pipeline was laid from Norway to France in record time and under budget.

Hibernia Development Project
Hibernia Development Project

Ballasting an oil platform in notoriously rough seas 300 kilometres off the coast of Canada was a challenge that required innovative designs and detailed safety programmes.

Construction of the River Training Works for the Jamuna Bridge Project in Bangladesh
Construction of the River Training Works for the Jamuna Bridge Project in Bangladesh

In Bangladesh where the Jamuna River rises as much as 6.5 metres and overflow its banks as much as 15 kilometres, keeping the river under the bridge was as much of a challenge as building the bridge.