What is Channel Maintenance Dredging? What is Capital Works Dredging? And what is the difference between them both?
Channel Maintenance Dredging
Maintenance dredging is the removal of mobile natural sediments that settle into existing channels, basins and berth pockets to ensure continued safe navigational movement of vessels and port operations.
Maintenance dredging is required to keep the channel and the harbour at a sufficient depth to allow safe access for commercial, cruise and military ships.
Annual Dredging and Beach Nourishment Works Completed for 2016 Neumann Contractors have completed the dredging works in Tallebudgera Creek for 2016. This year over 30,000 m3 of clean sand was dredged from the Tallebudgera Creek to replenish the sand on Burleigh Beach. The sand is pumped overland and released in the southern end of Burleigh Beach, near
Corrie Channel Dredging and Beach Nourishment Ready to Start The Corrie Channel is situated at the confluence between the Lower Myall River and Port Stephens Estuary on the north-western side of Corrie Island. The required dredge site itself is located approximately 2km from the town of Tea Gardens and approximately 4km from Hawks Nest. The Corrie Channel is the designated (NSW
South Channel and South Wavebreak Island Channel Dredging to commence soon! Neumann Contractors have been awarded the dredging contract for South Channel and South Wavebreak Island Channel Dredging 2016 project, on the Gold Coast, Queensland. The works involve the dredging the nominated shallow areas of the primary South Navigation Channel and the secondary South Wavebreak Island Channel. There is a
Broadwater Parklands Stage 3 was officially opened to the public in February 2016. Stage 3 continues the master plan vision for Broadwater Parklands, with the addition of 3.5 hectares of land to the north of the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre at Southport. Stage 3 adds facilities for schools, the Southport Amateur Fishing Club, visitors and tourists including:
Maroochy Foreshore Replenishment Dredging 2016 Works All Wrapped Up The Maroochy River dredging and the associated beach nourishment works for 2016 has been successfully completed by Neumann Dredging. The works involved the dredging of 20,000m3 of clean sand from the Maroochy River and transferring the material through a permanent pipeline to the beach between Maroochydore SLSC and Alexandra Headland SLSC. The Australian Surf Life Saving Championships
Maroochy Foreshore Replenishment Dredging 2016 Neumann Dredging have been contracted by the Sunshine Coast City Council to conduct additional beach nourishment works between Maroochydore SLSC and Alexandra Headland SLSC. The works are an option from the contract for the previous 70,000m3 of material that was dredged in 2015. Due to the Australian Surf Life Saving