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Ecocoast July-August Newsletter
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July-August 2016, Issue 2


Hi Tamara,


We hope you're having a great summer. We're back from a quick trip to our home country Australia, which inevitably always turns into a research trip to swot up on the latest marine and coastal developments down there. 

Back to the summer heat, and with shamal season behind us in the Gulf, we're busy with the usual post-shamal maintenance works to improve and protect our beaches and marine facilities. Add to that the commissioning of a new spud barge; it's been a busy month. 


We'd like to hear from you too! Sustainability is a hot topic at the moment, but many companies are struggling with what it means for their business. Is sustainability an option or a mandate?
Give us your opinion
here!

Happy reading,
Lachlan Jackson & Dana Liparts
Q&A with Lachlan Jackson
Q&A With Lachlan Jackson About The State Of The Market And Sustainability
Ecocoast's Managing Director, Lachlan Jackson, is revealing the challenges he encountered in 2015, and talking about the regional economic outlook for the second half of 2016 and beyond.

This written Q&A ends with Lachlan's view on sustainability and the integration within marine engineering and construction processes. 
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Our New Spud Barge Has Arrived
Our New Spud Barge Has Arrived And Is Ready For Operations
This month, we added a new spud barge to our growing fleet of equipment to keep up with the demand for our services. 

The spud barge is 24m long, 12m wide and 1.7m deep (configurable from 36m² to 288m²) and can hold up to maximum 245 tonnes. 'Optimus' is designed specifically to increase our capacity for marine piling and other marine installation works. 
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Beach Erosion & The Importance Of Protection Works
A short commentary on International Coastal Management’s (ICM) blogpost about 'Erosion Stress Testing Of Beaches Along Australia’s East Coast'. 

Tropical cyclones, dust and sand storms are becoming more and more common around the Arabian Sea and the Gulf. According to online reports, the Arabian Peninsula has experienced the impacts of more than 55 tropical cyclones, mainly affecting Oman and Yemen and happening on an almost yearly basis in the last decade, causing several hundreds of million and sometimes billion US dollars in damage. 
Click here to read the full commentary.
Drone Footage Of Our Dubai Marina Installations
Drone Footage Of Our Dubai Marina Installations
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