IAI is headed to Mobile, AL for the Gulf Coast Chapter Meeting of Western Dredging Association, November 17 – 19, 2021. Randy Pit looks forward to meeting with our dredging industry colleagues in the South, to discuss the application of geotextile tubes for wetland rehabilitation, shoreline protection and marsh habitat restoration.
IAI provided design-build-operate geotextile tube dewatering and water treatment services for this Remedial Action project. TSCA and Non-TSCA regulated sediments were processed separately in the same dewatering facility, at a flow rate of 3,000 gpm. The water treatment facility met the non-detect PCBs discharge limit throughout the project.
IAI self-performed all portions of the Portage Canal Segment 1 environmental dredging project, from hydraulic dredging, to geotextile tube dewatering, water treatment and placement of a sand cap, utilizing specialized equipment, some custom-made for this project.
IAI provided dredged material dewatering and water treatment services for this environmental dredging project, processing 36,000 cubic yards of lead-impacted sediment in geotextile tubes and treating over 100 million gallons of water under NPDES permit requirements.
IAI provided geotextile tube dewatering services for the Onondaga Lake Cleanup, as a member of the project team, installing 239,000 lineal ft. of geotextile tubes to dewater 2.2 million cy of sediment.
IAI installed 3,700 lineal feet of geotextile tubes to retain emergent wetland habitat and prevent tidal erosion, as part of the Mile Point Training Wall project in Jacksonville, Florida.