Manhattan Cruise Terminal Dredging
|Client:||New York City Economic Development Corp. (NYCEDC)|
|Project Date:||2015 - 2015|
The Manhattan Cruise Terminal is a terminal for ocean-going passenger ships in Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan, New York City. The terminal (Piers 88 and 90) is one of the busiest in North America with many major passenger ships being docked there, including the RMS Queen Mary 2 and Freedom of the Seas.
Cashman provided dredging services at the Manhattan Cruise Terminal in New York City. Cashman Dredging supplied all plants, barges, scows, materials, equipment, supplies, labor, transportation, fuel, power, water, surveys and all other related work necessary for the performance of the dredging and HARS placement of the dredged materials during the Spring 2015 season of dredging.
- Cashman Dredging supplied all plants, barges, scows, materials, equipment, supplies, labor, transportation, fuel, power, water, surveys and all other related work necessary for the complete performance of the dredging and HARS placement of the dredging material.
- Because the Terminal is extremely busy, Cashman planned dredging work around the Terminal’s Ship Schedule, as well as coordinated with all other subcontractors and nearby construction.
- Additionally, there was ongoing work at nearby piers including underwater diving operations, so the Cashman team had safety as its first priority.
- Cashman’s custom-developed systems allowed precise placement of dredged materials to the HARS site(s) offshore of New Jersey.
- The second season (Fall 2015) activity included dredging of Berths 1 through 5, as well as the Berth Channel Area.