• Engineering
  • Published 2015

Contractor or client : who pays for overdredging?

@inproceedings{Kinlan2015ContractorOC,
  title={Contractor or client : who pays for overdredging?},
  author={David Kinlan},
  year={2015}
}
Despite significant improvements in the past thirty years in precision of the dredging process and accuracy of hydrographic survey information overdredging is still an inherent part of dredging. Both port developers and contractors alike have to deal with the allowance for dredging beyond the Client’s design dredge depth. The two issues of dredging to design only and the operational capabilities of the dredge equipment and (unavoidable) overdredging need to be considered. Clear wording is… CONTINUE READING

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