The La Quinta Channel Dredging Project celebrated it first year anniversary of completion this February. A dredging project of this magnitude involved extending the channel approximately 1.4 miles (with a depth of 39 feet) and constructing an ecosystem restoration feature for the protection of endangered species, wetlands and seagrass.
This dredging project is one of the most important diversification projects. Of particular interest are the activities involved that contributed to the success of the project. With the goal of ultimately helping organizations achieve the same success with their dredging projects, RSA and 360factors with TestAmerica and Naismith Marine brings together a team of technical experts to provide you with a full 360 comprehensive roadmap on Dredging Best Practices through sample case studies.
This seminar series will cover all aspects of a dredging project with a core focus on Regulatory Requirements & Guidance. We will specifically tackle the following topics:
- Regulatory and Permitting Process
- Engineer’s Perspective of Dredging
- Hydrographic Surveying Issues
- Sampling and Analysis Plans, Sample Collection and Sediment Sampling Report
- Sediment Testing
- Dredging Methods and Cost
- Beneficial Use of a Dredged Material
We invite you to take advantage of this educational seminar on 23 April (Thursday), 10 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Art Center of CC, 100 N Shoreland Blvd. in Corpus Christi, Texas.
The Dredging Best Practices seminar series is FREE and offers participants the opportunity to earn continuing education certificates. Registration is still open!