December, 2017 - All three dredges were active during the 3 rd quarter. The Integrity performed 38% of the work, the Kelly L performed 36%, and the Ingenuity performed 26% of the work.

The new float hose has been very beneficial for the Ingenuity. The new anchor barge will be a big plus as well. There are future plans for the Kelly L fleet to upgrade their anchor barge too.

July, 2017 - Written by Michael Crownover, Safety Superintendent

OSHA defines a Safety Culture as “A combination of an organization's safety attitudes, behaviors, beliefs, values, ways of doing things, and other shared characteristics of a particular group of people. ”

What you believe, value and how you do things on the job as an Owner, Vice President, Project Manager, SSHO, Captain, Leverman, Engineer and Deck Hand will show in the culture of the company you work for. Inland Dredging has been in a transformational process for the last two years and because of all our (every employee) hard work, we are seeing the benefits. For the first six months of 2017 we are at ZERO injuries. Yes, we have had a few close calls, but we are on the good path to a safe culture.

July, 2017 - The 2nd quarter saw the Kelly L shouldering the earnings for the company. The management team including Project Manager David Johnston, Captain Gadson Segree, Chief Nick Ranger, SSHO ’ s Chad Hodges and Jeff Ballas and the entire crew of the Kelly L (with great assists from Ethan Clark, Justin Slater, and Shane Neal) demonstrated a high degree of professionalism. We are proud of you. Your continued efforts will show well in the forthcoming 3rd quarter Tuscaloosa work.