In a Weeks Marine employee spotlight Q&A, Cristian “Cris” Wise, Guam Area Manager for Healy Tibbitts, shared how he ended up 8,000 miles from his hometown and the evolution of his role throughout his tenure on the island of Guam, among other topics.
Newest trailing suction hopper dredge named in honor of Weeks Marine co-founder Richard B. Weeks
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, female engineers make up just 13 percent of the total engineering workforce, but that doesn’t stop Weeks leading ladies from making an impact each and every day.
Deep water and steep underwater slopes were among the challenges the Weeks team overcame at Petroterminal de Panama's Charco Azul Terminal
Collaborative expertise combined with our expansive fleet of tugs and barges allows Weeks Marine and North American to leverage waterways for aggregate deliveries
Upon receiving the award, Captain Woodcock posed two questions to the audience – what keeps you up at night, and what are you doing about it?
The Weeks team was back on a beach we helped restore in the past, but this time, dredging wasn’t the goal.
Our tugs are designed to support the work we do and our newest series was built with tending dredges in mind.
Weeks Marine and its subsidiaries are building on a legacy of delivering mission-critical infrastructure, marine construction and resilient waterways through its ongoing projects.