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DPC Award for Boskalis in ‘Dredging Support Vessel’ Category

DPC Award for Boskalis in ‘Dredging Support Vessel’ Category

first_imgThe Boskalis multi-purpose vessels Ndeavor and Ndurance won the Innovation Award in the category ‘Dredging Support Vessel’ yesterday evening, during the IHS DPC Innovation Awards ceremony in London.The jury praised the innovative design and multi-functionality of the vessels.The vessels are able to execute multiple tasks: dredging, transportation and accurate installation of rock, solid ballasting of platforms and installation of offshore structures.The vessels can also be refitted into fully-fledged cable laying vessels. Furthermore, the Ndurance can be fitted out with the Trenchformer, an unmanned vehicle that is able to dig trenches up to three meters into the seabed and lay cables.The new ‘jet trencher’ on the Ndeavor is able to bury existing cables at greater depths.Both vessels went into service in 2015 and have an impressive track record.last_img read more

NEOSI High School Football Preview: Columbia Raiders

NEOSI High School Football Preview: Columbia Raiders

first_img Eli Mooneyham Columbia is a team that holds a very tight stranglehold on the Stripes Division of the Patriot Athletic Conference. For a team that has won the division every year since 2012, it seems like the time for Columbia is now. Transitioning from winning division titles to winning playoff games is a big leap and coach Jason Ward knows it will be a test.Jason Ward is no stranger to being a stellar coach, as he has compiled a 70-36 record at Columbia for the eleven years he’s been there. After a terrific 10-0 regular season, Ward looks to grow from the loss in the playoffs to Smithville, a game in which they failed to score.“I think one of the things we took away from it was you don’t have to be huge to be tough and physical.”Ward and the Raiders were not the only impressive team in the PAC, as the Buckeye Bucks steamrolled the Stars Division, taking an undefeated record into the playoffs as well.When talking about the other top-notch team in the PAC, I asked Coach Ward if he ever paid attention to the Bucks while having a terrific season themselves.“No not really. It would be different if we crossed over with those guys and had them on our schedule…I always root for our conference teams. I think it’s great when we can get a couple schools from both sides into the playoffs.”For a team that averaged 42.3 points per game last year, I asked what the offense will look like this year.“Brandon Coleman is our tailback coming back. He was a freshman last year and ran for almost 800 yards, ten touchdowns. I believe he’s one of the more special players in the county…It’s really gonna come down to our offensive line and how well they can come together.”Coach Ward said this when asked how the team will keep the focus on the brand new season and not the previous accomplishments.“Just go 1-0 every week…doesn’t really matter what we’ve done in the past. It’s all about the next game because that’s the biggest game.” Related TopicsColumbia Raiderscenter_img Elijah Mooneyham has been a dedicated sports fan his whole life. Born and raised in Cleveland, he has his best days when his hometown teams are winning. Elijah is currently on-air talent/producer on two shows, The Main Event and The Moon Hour, where you can find on AllSportsCleveland.com. He also has an insane passion for professional wrestling, so catch his opinions on the world of professional wrestling.last_img read more