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Bermingham Assists DEAL With Colombia Piles

In 2015, Bermingham was contacted by DEAL (of Italy) to assist with the piling portion of a new Beam Launcher project in Cartegena, Colombia. DEAL parent company of Rizzani de Eccher was to build a 5 km bridge with bents spaced at 37 meter increments. This bridge was the final section […]

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Hill Takes up Mega Port Development Work in Morocco

The global shipping and marine industry is going through some critical developments, as demand for shipment of goods from one part of the world to the other rises and competition increases amongst port operators and investors to provide cost-effective solutions. While the latest generation of new ‘Panamax’ vessels are now […]

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The Curse of Oak Island

In 2016, Louis Fritz P. Eng (Sales Manager) with Bermingham  was contacted by Irving Equipment for the purpose of supplying equipment and support for a new treasure hunt expedition on the island!  Brothers Rick and Marty Lagina along with their partners were gearing up for another shot at finding the elusive treasure – a […]

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Hill International Receives $35 Million Contract from Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority

PHILADELPHIA and SAN FRANCISCO (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Hill International (NYSE:HIL), the global leader in managing construction risk, announced today that it has received a contract from the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) to provide project management oversight and construction management services in connection with VTA’s highway, roadway, pedestrian/bicycle, transit and […]

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Bermingham Assists Drilling at French Port

In 2013, Stefano Gabaldo (Director of European Sales) with Bermingham was contacted by Pierre-Tristan Duhammel at Roc-Drill for the purpose of supplying to the Association (Groupement) EMCC/ETPO the required equipment for drilling 914 mm (36”) and 1321 mm (52”) piles 28 meters (92’) long in the port of La Rochelle, France. This is the […]

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The Panama Canal Extension

Click here to view the complete article. What you need to know. The Panama Canal was first opened in 1914, as a bridge between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. By allowing ships to skip the long, treacherous trip rounding Cape Horn, it cut shipping times down exponentially. But a century […]