Chicago Boatyards Repair Boats article Chicago’s Boatyards repair boat repair facilities are an integral part of the Chicago River system.
Many of these boats are in need of repair and have been sitting idle since the end of the 2016 winter.
The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has been working with Chicago Boatyard for some time now to install a new crane on the facility, and the department is hopeful to reopen the facility by the end the month.
The DNR is in the process of determining what to do with the facility.
The agency hopes to have the crane installed in the next couple of weeks.
DNR officials said that the DNR has made some progress in securing the crane and is now on the verge of awarding the crane to the DWR for delivery.
It’s a project that will bring the DFW and Chicago Boat Yards into close alignment for the delivery of the crane, officials said.
While the crane will be in Chicago, the DWD will be the final party responsible for the crane’s installation.
Chicago Boatownership is responsible for overseeing the crane delivery and any additional work required.
The DWD is not involved in the crane design or construction.
The crane will likely be used to replace the existing equipment at the Boatyards.
It is expected that the new crane will not be installed until the winter.
The DWD has been in talks with the DRAFT and Chicago Boats for some months now.
It has been a long time coming.
The Boatyards have been working on a plan for the Crane Replacement project for a while, and now it is finally getting underway.