Dredge Masters Limited (DML Ghana) is a leading provider of cutting-edge modern technological dredging services in Ghana and across the African continent.
To provide a comprehensive integrated dredging and related services to enhance environmental protection, inland dredging, marine resources and conserve life.
In both natural and man-made lakes, eroding sediment can gradually build up and cause both depth and water quality issues. This buildup can affect recreational activities as well as aquatic life. Industrial and domestic waste runoff can further contaminate the water.
Modern dredges have been used to maintain lake depths and for contaminated material cleanup. DML has needed expertise in this field
Land reclamation is an integrated approach to converting disturbed land to its original state (ecological restorations) and find alternative use for such areas.
Our escalating human population parallels a rapidly degrading arable land base caused by urban sprawl, soil erosion, resource extraction and industrial development. Thus, one of the most pressing challenges of the 21st century is to reclaim disturbed lands around the world to secure the livelihood of future generations. DML helps to meet this challenge and provide the best services there are
Our dredging fleet consists of grab / backhoe dredgers ranging from 4 to 25 cubic meters in capacity and are equipped with special rock breakers which enables us to chisel and dredge through hard material.
With our strength of well trained and highly experienced group of Marine and civil engineers, we are able to provide and support the marine industry with our expertise in Dredging and Marine Civil engineering work.
Attractive coastal areas offer an ever-greater variety of holiday options. Such areas are investing in beach and shoreline expansion, sites for new cruise ship terminals, and modern airports. Like the Palm Island and The World in Dubai; both are examples of forward thinking combined with ingenious execution methods.
Wind and water are a constant threat to coastal areas and can damage their natural defences. With our headquarters in a country that is largely below sea level, we know all about this. Our operations are meant to defend the coast against erosion, and we call on nature itself to assist us. We know how to use sand as a motor for coastal defence.
In cases where the sea bottom is exceptionally hard, we offer the option of fragmenting underwater rock layers with explosives. This method is known as drilling and blasting. We remove hard rock for infrastructure projects, for example when dredging port access channels, digging trenches for pipelines and cables, or constructing quays.
Countries continue to expand their ports. They need to because the volume of trade is growing and because ships are getting bigger. Longer quay walls and wider, deeper access channels are therefore crucial. Sometimes an entirely new port is needed and we have the expertise to deal with them