The Durocher Marine Division has successfully completed many projects to repair, stabilize and prevent shore and beach erosion throughout the US and the Caribbean Islands using a variety of proven systems tailored to the specific site and the availability of local materials. Durocher has transported and placed over 2 million tons of stone materials in various sizes up to armor rocks weighing in excess of 20 tons. Working closely with clients, they strive to ensure the system employed will work in the most cost effective and environmentally friendly manner. Durocher has extensive work experience to meet any shoreline protection needs safely and efficiently.
The Durocher Marine Division’s capabilities include the installation of intakes, outfalls and river crossings throughout the US and Caribbean. They have completed projects with pipe requirements from 3 to 108 inches in diameter, and from 150 to 15,000 feet long. When it comes to underwater pipe work, Durocher has the experience to tackle any job, including retro rocking for support and protection twin 24” high pressure natural gas pipelines over 10 miles in total length in water depths exceeding 250 feet. Durocher is undoubtedly one of the most experienced and best qualified marine contractors performing this type of work.
The Durocher Marine Division has a long history in the installation of underwater power and communication cables throughout the US and other parts of the world. They have removed, installed and buried sub aqueous power and communication cables across the rivers, lakes and oceans throughout the western hemisphere. They recently teamed up with Nexan’s Norway to remove 7 oil-filled cables and install 3 new electric cables across Long Island Sound connecting Connecticut and New York. At the time of installation these new cables were the largest in size and capacity in the world. Durocher has the team, equipment and experience to meet any client’s sub aqueous cable installation requirements using the highest standards and safety procedures.