Specialty and Environmental Contractor and Service Provider

C&M Dredging, Inc. (DBA C&M Environmental) was founded on the opportunity to bring together a unique blend of resources (personnel, equipment, and expertise) for the benefit of our clients, the environment and our employees. The Principals and Senior Management of C&M represent decades of experience in the fields of construction management, contract dredging, mining and industrial fabrication.

C&M is a Bonded, Florida State Certified Building Contractor CBC 1260793. We carry USL&H Insurance and Maritime Insurance as well. Our team of skilled professionals and specialized equipment allow us to tackle the most inaccessible, unique and environmentally sensitive Industrial and Municipal projects.

Servicing Contractors, Municipalities and Industrial Clients through specialized construction services, hydraulic and mechanical dredging, industrial sludge removal, storm water restoration, construction, and maintenance, bypass pumping and dewatering, sludge and grit removal and dewatering, specialty excavation and shoreline/marine restoration and demolition and marine debris removal.

Additional Specialty Services include turbidity control, monitoring, and reporting, environmental resource permitting as well as hydrographic and bathymetric surveying and mapping.

Our services can be contracted individually or together for a turn-key project approach.

Brief History of Hydrilla in Florida.

Monday, April 29, 2019

Florida is home to many different walks of life and vegetation.  Though sometimes it inherits something it never intended to, and it eventually becomes an invasive issue. One of the most significant examples of this is the hydrilla plant. This plant is native to southeastern Asia and made its way into Florida's waters, becoming the most aggressive submersed invasive species of plant found in Florida to this day. Here you will see a brief history of the hydrilla plant in Florida and how it affects the state today.

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What are Dredge Spoils?

Monday, March 4, 2019

Dredging can unearth all kinds of various rock, soil, and shell materials and it's what they call dredge spoils.  These dredge spoils set unconformably on uninterrupted soil and have the potential to form anthropogenic landforms such as lynchets and undulations. Unfortunately, the main dumping spot for dredging spoils is in the middle of the ocean and it can cause a bevy of issues.

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Mission Statement

"A solution driven service provider and contractor, specializing in solving unique and waterborne problems while protecting the environment and our client’s interests through expertise, integrity and quality workmanship."