Dredging lays the groundwork for the next generation, supports maritime infrastructure, and protects environments. Whether it is a cutter suction dredger, trailing suction hopper dredger or water injection dredger, they get their job done. At C-Job, we create the next generation. We show what’s possible through innovation, sustainable solutions, and new technology. Our portfolio of services, designs, and programs guarantees better OPEX and CAPEX for new vessels, as well as existing ones.

C-Job TSHD series

C-Job is creating a modular trailing suction hopper dredger series that will fill the gap between standard designs and fully tailored vessels. The first in the TSHD series is the multifunctional 14,000 m3 TSHD. The dredger is optimized for shallow water performance and features two (extendable) suction pipes, self-unloading systems, and eco-friendly features.

Mike Hooks | Lorraine Hooks

C-Job is responsible for the full design scope including the majority of the dredge equipment for a cutter suction dredge on behalf of SPI / Mobile Pulley Works. The 27-inch CSD ‘Lorraine Hooks’ will be delivered to US dredging company Mike Hooks.

GLDD | TSHD

C-Job created the initial design, concept design, and basic design package of a trailing suction hopper dredger together with her owner Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation. The TSHD has a capacity of 6,500 cubic yards. The vessel is specifically designed to be easy to build. The vessel is currently under construction at Conrad Shipyard.

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Product specifications
Length overall
346 ft 6 in
Breadth moulded
68 ft 6 in
Depth
23 ft
Dredging draft
20 ft 5 in
Max dredging depth
100 ft
Hopper capacity
6,500 CY
Gross tonnage
5624 GT
Speed at loaded draught
12 kn
Crew
14 + 6

Callan Marine | General MacArthur

C-Job supported SPI / Mobile Pulley Works with the design of the cutter ladder for the ‘General MacArthur’. The General MacArthur, owned by Callan Marine, is one of the largest and most powerful cutter suction dredge in the United States dredging fleet, with 24,000 installed horsepower.

The project to design the cutter ladder included the cutter drive, the spud carrier system, gantry, anchor boom system, cutter service platform, discharge pipe, and the dredge pump drive skid on vibration mounts.

The vessel is in operation since 2020.

Van Oord | ‘Vox Amalia’

C-Job Naval Architects co-created the trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) ‘Vox Amalia’ with her owner Van Oord. The ‘Vox Amalia’ is a trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) designed by C-Job Naval Architects in collaboration with her owner Van Oord. The TSHD has a capacity of 18,900 m3. Furthermore, the dredger features two suction drag arms, bottom doors, and two rainbow nuzzles. She was launched in 2018 and currently sails around the world to perform the most complex dredging contracts.

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Product specifications
Year
2018
Length Overall
158.85m
Breadth overall
36.00 m
Dredging draft
10.2 m
Hopper capacity
18,900 m3
Deadweight
30,392 tons
Maximum dredging depth
61.0 m
Class
Bureau Veritas
Flag
Dutch

DEME | ‘Bonny River’

C-Job Naval Architects developed the initial and concept design of the trailing suction hopper dredger ‘Bonny River’ for DEME. The ‘Bonny River’ is a trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) with a 15,000 m3 hopper capacity. C-Job developed the initial and concept design of this next-generation TSHD for her owner DEME. The dredger is able to dredge hard soils and operate in deep waters of more than 100 meters.

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Product specifications
Year
2018
Length overall
158.2 m
Breadth overall
30.0 m
Maximum draft
8.0 m
Max dredging depth
102.0 m
Hopper capacity
15,016 m3
Speed loaded
16.3 kn
Power total installed
17,600 kW
Crew
14 + 6

USACE | TSHD

C-Job is a trusted partner of the United States Corps of Engineers. We have developed a concept design for a trailing suction hopper dredger in collaboration with USACE.

STX Lorient | St. Pierre

C-Job created the concept, basic, and detail design of the trailing suction hopper dredger ‘St. Pierre’ for STX Lorient, the French shipyard. The vessel features a hopper capacity of 2,000 m3. Her operations focus on winning sand from the sea and transporting it inland. A slender design was established in keeping with her longer traveling time.

Product specifications
Year
2012
Length overall
84.1 m
Max dredging depth
45 m
Hopper capacity
2,000 m3
Speed loaded
12.3 kn

COCHIN Shipyard | TSHD

C-Job created the concept design of a TSHD for Cochin Shipyard in India. The dredger features a hopper capacity of 8,000 m3. The vessel has two suction arms to optimize operability.

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