Corps opens bidding for Michigan superlock contracts

04/21/2009 | CANOE (Toronto)

Marine contractors are currently bidding on two contracts related to a new superlock in the St. Mary's River in Michigan. The federal government is expected to fund the $17 million needed for the first two phases of the $490 million project. Army Corps of Engineers officials expect construction of cofferdams downstream and upstream from the superlock to start in June. The Corps will also issue a contract to dredge the downstream channel area.

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