Dredging consists of excavating the bottom of waterways in order to remove accumulated sediment. This accumulation can impede the development of aquatic wildlife and raise water levels that contribute to seasonal flooding. Our goal is to find optimal solutions for improving the condition of our waterways and water quality, with environmental conservation at the forefront.
Port dredging allows ships to navigate safely in a depth adequate for transporting goods.
River dredging stabilizes waterways, giving rivers back their natural green space.
Dam dredging removes accumulated debris that obstructs intake, allowing a better regulation of water flow.
Dredging marinas ensures that boaters can enjoy a suitable depth when docking.