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California firm lands $57 million contract for San Juan Harbor dredging


The $56.7 million project in San Juan Harbor consists of construction and maintenance dredging in designated areas of the federal navigation channel and Puerto Rico Ports Authority berthing areas.

By The Star Staff


California’s Curtin Maritime Corp. of Long Beach has won a $56.7 million U.S. Army Corps of Engineering (USACE) contract for San Juan Harbor construction and maintenance dredging, according to DredgingToday.com.


The work, according to USACE, consists of construction and maintenance dredging in designated areas of the federal navigation channel and Puerto Rico Ports Authority berthing areas. The dredging project has an estimated completion date of July 31, 2024.


The project also involves constructing 50 feet of new channel on both sides of Army Terminal Channel to increase the total channel width by 100 feet to 450 feet, DredgingToday.com said.


All dredged material will be disposed of at the San Juan Ocean Dredge Material Disposal Site located some 2.3 nautical miles offshore, the publication said.

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