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Poseidon® P1 Barges at WrestleMania 33

Friday, April 7th, 2017

Poseidon Barge at WrestleMania 33

Poseidon® P1 Barges were used this past Sunday at WrestleMania 33 in Orlando, FL to shoot off fireworks.  Garden State Fireworks, out of Millington, NJ was the company that rented the barges.  Chris Santore was the project manager and he was happy with the barges and is looking forward to using us again.


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US Navy Purchases Poseidon® P1 Barges

Wednesday, March 29th, 2017

Poseidon P1's at Trident Submarine Refit Facility – St. Mary’s, GA.

US Naval Base – Trident Submarine Refit Facility – St. Mary’s, GA.

The US Navy purchased 7 Poseidon P1 Series Barges to replace their existing deck barges. These barges will be used to help maintain the Trident Class Submarines when they come back to the base for maintenance.

The US Navy is currently in the process of adding 2 more sectional barges to their fleet.


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Bigge Uses Poseidon Barges at Oroville Dam Crisis

Wednesday, March 29th, 2017

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Bigge was a first responder to the Oroville Dam state of emergency in Northern California. Bigge rented and delivered a Liebherr LR1300 crawler within 48 hrs. The crane lifted and set Poseidon® P2-7′ Barges into the reservoir.

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Wednesday, March 29th, 2017

Mike Neher MVP

CEO Donnie Fain presents Mike Neher, Southeast Sales Manager, with a Poseidon watch in appreciation for high levels of customer service and sales. Thank you Mike!


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Patriot Marine uses Poseidon P1 – 5′ Barges

Friday, March 24th, 2017

Poseidon P1-5' Barge Dredging

Patriot Marine uses Poseidon P1-5′ Barges to dredge Narrow River


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Daniel O’Connell’s Sons Inc uses Poseidon P1’s

Friday, March 24th, 2017

Poseidon P1-5' Barges

Poseidon P1-5′ Barges on the Providence River Pedestrian Bridge Project


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Poseidon Barge on Locally Made Monday

Tuesday, March 21st, 2017

Even though Berne, Indiana is hundreds of miles from the ocean, Poseidon Barge is one of the nation’s largest producers of water barges.

Source: Locally Made Monday – Poseidon Barge


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ConExpo is taking shape! Day 1

Wednesday, March 1st, 2017

Day 1 of Set Up at the Poseidon Booth

Day 1 of Set Up at the Poseidon Booth

Poseidon employees set a spud for the Poseidon Barge display.

Poseidon employees set a spud for the Poseidon Barge display.


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Poseidon® Barge – Versatility Defined

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

Poseidon® Barges being used as a helipad in downtown Boston.

Poseidon® Barges are used as a helipad in downtown Boston. Creative solutions for any situation is our business!


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POSEIDON BARGE – JF BRENNAN on the Fox River

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

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Poseidon P2-7′ Sectional Barges on the Fox River Project

Unique is the word to best describe the applications Poseidon Barge sees their Portable Sectional Barges to being used in. “As contractors see firsthand the versatility of our barges, they begin to think outside the box,” comments Scott Sprunger, Central US Sales Representative. “Each inquiry brings a unique opportunity to use the product in new and exciting ways. We like to be able to demonstrate how our barges can adapt to any situation and highlight their strength at the same time. Poseidon’s have much more muscle than what were available to contractors in the past.”

Highlighting could be an understatement in terms of the strength of the Poseidon Barges when referring to a current project in Green Bay, WI. Poseidon’s P2 7ft model are being utilized by La Crosse, WI based marine contractor, JF Brennan in an environmental remediation on Fox River. “When JF Brennan’s representatives asked us if we thought our 7 ft barges would be capable of handling the materials they needed at Fox River, I immediately knew they would,” Sprunger said. “We designed our barges for the heavy tasks. This is definitely one.” Poseidon Barge utilizes a patented roll form material that gives the barges a deck strength of 4 times that of the competition when measured in lbs per square foot. “This is a huge advantage to the contractor. More material, means less trips up and down the river. Less trips means more time actually working towards completion of the project. It’s a big win for the contractor.”


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