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New Storm Sewers, Upgraded Water Mains, Sanitary Sewers to Alleviate Flooding

The NYC Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), NYC Department of Transportation (DOT) and NYC Department of Design and Construction (DDC) announced the completion of a $4.7 million infrastructure project in Westerleigh, Staten Island, that upgraded water mains and sanitary sewers, and added new storm sewers to combat flooding in the area, as well as improvements to roads and sidewalks....


Caltrans Crews Respond to Atmospheric River Storms

California was hit by two atmospheric river storms in early February that caused extensive flooding, intense winds and power outages to many regions of California, ranging from San Diego to San Francisco and the Bay Area, and as far inland as Death Valley....


Atlanta DWM Moves Forward With Project to Increase Sewer Capacity, Mitigate Flooding

The city of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management (DWM) has reached a significant milestone to deliver on a decade-long effort to remedy combined sewer overflows and localized flooding in southeast Atlanta....


100-Year Flood Protection Project in Pajaro Advances

Gov. Gavin Newsom highlighted progress on the Pajaro River Flood Risk Management Project, which will provide 100-year flood risk reduction to the city of Watsonville, the town of Pajaro and surrounding agricultural areas....


South Battery Park City Resiliency Project Achieves 13th WEDG Verification in the Nation

The Waterfront Alliance announced that the South Battery Park City Resiliency Project has become the 13th project nationally to achieve WEDG (Waterfront Edge Design Guidelines) Verification. The gold standard for waterfront design, WEDG is an award-winning national rating system and set of guidelines for resilient, ecological and accessible waterfront design....


Union Beach, N.J., Getting Help From USACE to Protect Against Sandy-Like Super Storms

The autumn of 2012 saw Superstorm Sandy devastate the East Coast of the United States with the hardest hit areas being New York City and northern New Jersey. Firefighter Paul Kerwin clearly recalled the day he and his company rescued their fellow Union Beach, N.J., neighbors....


VIDEO: Demolition of York, Pa.'s Bascule Gate Dam Under Way as Part of Larger Greenway Project

Demolition of the Bascule Gate Dam on Codorus Creek in York, Pa., began Dec. 5 as part of an effort to reduce flooding, improve water quality, promote public safety and prepare for construction of the city's Codorus Greenway project....


Vermont Governor Unveils Redevelopment Plan for Flood-Ravaged Barre City

Vermont Gov. Phil Scott attended Barre City's council meeting Oct. 24 alongside several top administration officials to unveil a massive redevelopment proposal for the north end of the city that was walloped during last summer's catastrophic statewide flooding....


ADOT Recommends $34M in Improvements On SR 88

After extensive study and public input on the feasibility of reopening 5 mi. of State Route 88 (Apache Trail) severely damaged by flooding and erosion, the Arizona Department of Transportation is recommending improvements estimated to cost $33.7 million that would be needed to restore access safely and sustainably....


VIDEO: Flood-Protection Plans Worth $298M Go to Hoboken, N.J., Meadowlands Towns

Longtime northern New Jersey residents will likely never forget Superstorm Sandy's brutal impact in the fall of 2012. Now, new projects in the Meadowlands and Hoboken areas aim to reduce the chances of any future storms causing so much flooding in the region....






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