10050 SW Wilsonville Road
Wilsonville, OR 97070
Marine Industrial Construction services the Northwest region

MIC News

  1. Marine Industrial Construction Awarded – USACE McNary Dam FY 16 Downstream Navlock Interim Repairs

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    The purpose of this work is to resurface the quoin and miter surfaces on the middle 30-feet of both miter gate leaves on the downstream navlock gate at McNary Dam. Work involves quoin and miter surface repairs to be accomplished during the 2016 Nav-Lock Outage. This work will consist of welding up the deficient areas […]

  2. September 2015 – MIC Awarded Chelan County PUD Dryden Intake Dredging and Barrier Repairs

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    September 2015 – MIC Awarded Chelan County PUD Dryden Intake Dredging and Debris Barrier Boom Repairs. Work consists of removal of dredge spoils with a land based crane into transfer truck for upland disposal. The sediment prior to disposal will be spread on the ground and the sediment sifted thru for native eels. After sifting […]

  3. September 2015 – Marine Industrial Construction Awarded Port of Vancouver Annual Maintenance Dredging Contract – Third Year In A Row

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    Annual dredging of Berths 2 and 3, Berths 4 and 7, Berths 8 and 9 to an authorized depth of – 43+2 (ft) advance dredging and allowable over dredging Columbia River Datum (CRD) from the current maintenance dredging depth of – 40+2 CRD. The total annual volume of dredge material generated from this deepening (roughly […]

  4. December 2014 – Marine Industrial Construction Awarded McNary Dam Navigation Downstream Gate Interim Repairs

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    DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Perform structural and mechanical interim repairs on the McNary Navigation Lock Downstream Gate. The McNary Navigation Lock Downstream Gate is a two-leaf arched miter gate and measures 106 feet tall by 86 feet wide and was placed in service in 1954. Miter Gate Gudgeon Repairs — Procedures include line boring the perpendicular […]

  5. Marine Industrial Construction (MIC) Breaks Ground on the Lincoln City West Devils Lake Pump Station

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    Friday 9/12/2014 MIC installed the first section of 35 foot deep 12 foot diameter sink-in-place caisson. Primary items of work include: Upgrade an existing pump station by constructing a new wet well (caisson) with three 1,300 gpm pumps and upgrading an existing controls building. Work is expected to be complete by November 15, 2014