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Mr. Michael Sprague

Wrong Michael Sprague?

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Local Address: New York City, New York, United States
RINKER | SPRAGUE Associates
 
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Port scuttlebutt
www.diamondstateportcorp.com, 20 Mar 2001 [cached]
Effective March 5 th 2001, Mr. Michael Sprague will assume the position of Director of Planning and Development and Mr. John Reece will take on the duties of Director of Engineering and Maintenance.
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Mr. Sprague, who joined the Corporation in 1997, will have responsibility for major construction projects, new infrastructure development, dredging and disposal issues, future capital planning and governmental relations.
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In the photo (right to left) Mike Sprague, DSPC Director of Planning and Development and John Reece, DSPC Director of Engineering and Maintenance.
Port scuttlebutt
www.portofwilmingtonde.com, 20 Mar 2001 [cached]
Effective March 5th 2001, Mr. Michael Sprague will assume the position of Director of Planning and Development and Mr. John Reece will take on the duties of Director of Engineering and Maintenance.
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Mr. Sprague, who joined the Corporation in 1997, will have responsibility for major construction projects, new infrastructure development, dredging and disposal issues, future capital planning and governmental relations.
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In the photo (right to left) Mike Sprague, DSPC Director of Planning and Development and John Reece, DSPC Director of Engineering and Maintenance.
Port scuttlebutt
www.portofwilmingtonde.com, 22 Mar 2001 [cached]
"The Port of Wilmington's dedicated auto berth project is moving forward with the award of the first two construction contracts to Kuhn Construction, Inc. of Hockessin", announced Mike Sprague, Director of Planning and Development at the Port of Wilmington.The contracts include the construction of the berth structure, and the 900-foot berth trestle.Kuhn Construction, Inc. of Wilmington has undertaken various construction projects for the State of Delaware and the Port of Wilmington, including the construction of Berth Seven at the Port of Wilmington nearly seven years ago.
According to the design, the new auto berth will be constructed approximately 900 feet off shore in the Delaware River near the northern Port boundary and parallel to the north-south shoreline.It will be approximately 870 feet long, about 115 feet wide and supported on piles.A dedicated causeway and access roadway will connect the
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The Construction Manager, Nason Construction, Inc., of Wilmington, will coordinate and manage all on-site construction for the project under the direction of Mr. Mike Sprague, Director of Planning and Development.
The completion of the auto berth project remains scheduled for late summer, 2002.Port officials are confident that the dedicated auto carrier berth, in conjunction with the excellent service the Port provides, will help retain existing auto business as well as increase future auto & Ro/Ro trade through the Port of Wilmington.For more information on this project, please visit http://www.multiberth.com/ web site.
Founded in 1923, the Port of Wilmington is an important asset for the local and regional economy, generating more than 5,800 jobs and contributing over $22 million in annual tax revenues to State and local government.The Port is owned and operated by the Diamond State Port Corporation, a corporation of the State of Delaware.
Business Ledger: Personnel Files
www.ncbl.com, 3 April 2002 [cached]
The 2002 QBS award was presented to Michael D. Sprague, P.E. at the 45th Annual National Engineers' Week Celebration.Sprague is recently retired from the Diamond State Port Corporation.His career also included 27 years with the Army Corps of Engineers, retiring as a Colonel, well as heading the Departments of Public Works for the City of Wilmington and New Castle County.
Throughout his career in the public sector, Mr. Sprague has demonstrated a commitment to and support of, the concept of selecting firms to provide professional services based on their qualifications.
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Lehigh River Stocking Association - News
www.lrsa.org, 20 Oct 2001 [cached]
The Port of Wilmington, which employs 4,200 full-time workers, hopes one day to take advantage of the deeper channel, said Michael Sprague, director of planning and development for Diamond State Corp., which runs the port."We see it as a long-term business opportunity," Sprague said."Over the long haul, it will provide more opportunity for our cargo level to increase."Maritrans, a Philadelphia-based petroleum shipping company, may lose money if the channel is deepened.The company has 29 barges and four tankers used for partially unloading petroleum supertankers so they can enter the channel.
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