turning basin

turning basin

[′tərn·iŋ ‚bās·ən]
(civil engineering)
An open area at the end of a canal or narrow waterway to allow boats to turn around.
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has merged with Turning Basin Capital affiliate Basin Energy Group, the firm said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 16, 2017-Generational Equity Advises Katko in Merger with Turning Basin Capital
Pilbara Ports Authority will have full responsibility for the shipping channel, including the turning basin, and within the next 12 months, will take over all remaining areas that are not leased to Chevron.
5 km long approach channel, a depth of 12 meters and a turning basin of 600 meters.
Contractors will use a 100,000-pound hydraulic excavator perched atop a massive barge to pluck a rusting boat hull and other detritus out of the polluted canal's Fourth Street turning basin, a key step forward in the canal's $506 million Superfund cleanup.
Closed areas include the Trident Basin, the eastern-most turning basin, and the west turning basin in the western portion of the port when cruise ships are present.
Main Street and its co-investor partnered with Turning Basin Capital Partners LLC, a private equity firm based in Richmond, Virginia with a focus on energy-related companies in the lower-middle market that led the recapitalization, and the Company's three co-founders.
5 kilometers long approach channel, a depth of 12 meters and a turning basin of 600 meters.
The Minister was also shown the place of new turning basin and the newly constructed berths.
The length of the ship is 345 meters and the maximum radius of the turning basin is 300 meters.
The turning basin was located at the intersection of Basin and St.
USAMDT of Houston will continue providing its 24-hour mobile services, and can serve clients at the new facility located at 1717 Turning Basin, Suite 148, Houston, TX 77029.