J.E. McAmis maintains a modern fleet of ABS classed dredging equipment, barges, tugboats and support vessels. J.E. McAmis has taken on difficult hard rock dredging projects from the most remote areas of the Bering Sea to some of the busiest ports in the United States.  Dredging capabilities range from routine maintenance of ports, harbors and waterways, to highly specialized precision consolidated dredging as well as dredging performed in conjunction with drilling and blasting.  J.E. McAmis has completed millions of cubic yards of difficult dredging during construction and maintenance of ports, harbors and waterways throughout the United States.


Date: 2008

The Port of Anchorage Intermodal Expansion Project consisted of dredging of more than 150,000 cubic yards of soft sediments and stiff clay materials to a depth of -53’ with a tidal range of more than 30’. Upon...

Date: 2007

Marina del Rey, considered the largest man-made marina in the world sits just north of the Port of Los Angeles and...

Date: 2006

The North Jetty Sand Tightening and Extension Project at Cape Canaveral, FL, consisted of reconstruction of the existing North Jetty and extending the jetty an additional 300’. The project...