At Wilson Marsh Equipment, we are proud of our Louisiana heritage. We are based just outside the great city of New Orleans on the West Bank of the Mississippi River. All
Marsh Equipment was developed in the 1960's and onward to meet the demand of the oil industry.
This work consists of clearing a right a way through swamp and marsh lands, digging a trench for the pipeline to be buried in, pulling the line into position and
Fiber Optic cables are buried in the same manner as pipelines. This work consists of clearing a right a way through swamp and marsh lands, digging a trench for pipeline
Oil exploration consists of bringing seismic equipment and men into the marsh and swamps for testing and searching for oil.
Our equipment can access marsh and swamp land to erect hurricane protection levees. These levees are vital in the protection of cities in low-lying areas
This work consists of clearing marsh and swamp land of trees and stumps. If debris were left and covered up, it would decay and weaken the new highway.
Our equipment can be used in the construction of right of ways in marsh and swamp forests. These right of way areas are needed for harvesting lumber and fighting forest
Oil spills, and chemical releases often find their way into our waterways. Environmental pollution and contamination often often sensitive low-lying areas. Marsh Equipment is essential to the task of cleaning
Some waterways are too shallow or inaccessible for conventional marine equipment and cannot be reached by dredging. Our amphibious equipment can do these shallow water operations. Our equipment also works