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Case, Nueces Power Equipment Support Hurricane Recovery

Case Construction Equipment and Texas-based dealer Nueces Power Equipment provided equipment and support for a two-week Team Rubicon operation that continued each organization's support of Hurricane Harvey response and recovery — still ongoing more than three years after the hurricane hit the region....


Years After Hurricane Harvey, Dam Still Under Repair

Hurricane Harvey caused extensive damage in Texas and Louisiana during August 2017, including major devastation to the Vernon Lake dam and spillway in Vernon, La., which is the subject of a $1 million Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (LADOTD) repair project....


Major Buffalo Bayou Repairs Being Made to Contain Erosion

The Harris County Flood Control District in coordination with the Buffalo Bayou Partnership has begun completing major repairs along Buffalo Bayou, between Shepherd Drive to Sabine Street, to contain erosion and bank failures caused by Hurricane Harvey....


Council OKs $400M for Harvey Repairs

HOUSTON (AP) Thousands of Houston homeowners still struggling with repairs after Hurricane Harvey hit in 2017 could benefit from up to $400 million in federal grants. The Houston City Council on Jan....


Voters OK $2.5B Bond on Harvey Anniversary

HOUSTON (AP) Voters in Houston and its surrounding county marked the anniversary of Hurricane Harvey coming ashore by approving the issuance of $2.5 billion in bonds to fund flood-control projects that might mitigate the damage caused by future storms....


AGC Charities Provides Funds To Puerto Rico Construction Workers

AGC Charities Inc. , the charitable arm of the Associated General Contractors of America, is providing 65 construction workers in Puerto Rico with $100,750 in donated funds to help cover losses they incurred as a result of Hurricane Maria....


Army Corps of Engineers Announces Funding Plans to Aid Post-Harvey Texas

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently announced plans to use more than $509 million in funding for a series of Texas projects, including flood mitigation and other work for the Brays and Buffalo bayous....


Bridge Repair in Texas After Harvey

Nearly nine months after Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the coast of Texas, prompting the largest disaster response ever recorded in Texas state history, work is at last under way to repair a bridge that suffered substantial damage in the storm....


Re-Generating a Town in the Wake of Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey, one of the worst hurricanes on record in North America, made landfall on the small coastal tourist town of Rockport, Texas, in late August. It left the city in shambles. The Category 4 hurricane hit peak intensity on its path to Houston....


U.S. DOT Announces $277.5M in Emergency Relief Funding for Transit Systems Damaged by Hurricanes

The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announced May 31, the allocation of $277.5 million in Emergency Relief funding for public transportation systems damaged by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria....






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