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After Building Massachusetts City's Flood Controls, USACE Returns for Its Modernization

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) kicked off a three-year feasibility study on modernizing the crumbling flood control system in North Adams, Mass., with a site visit Aug. 25. The USACE first built the concrete chutes that channel the Hoosic River through the western Massachusetts city between 1950 and 1961....

USACE Kicks Off $900M Upgrade to Aging Upper Ohio River's Navigation System

A groundbreaking ceremony near Pittsburgh Aug. 11 set the stage for upgrading the Ohio River's oldest navigation system in 2024 at a cost of more than $900 million. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Pittsburgh District, welcomed industry, community and political leaders for the event at the Montgomery Locks and Dam facility....

Granite Selected for $48M Texas Flood Control Project

Granite has been awarded an approximately $48 million contract by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to mitigate flood risk and damage in Wharton, Texas. Project funding will come from the USACE's fiscal 2023 civil construction funds and is expected to be included in Granite's second quarter CAP....

Army Corps of Engineers' Building Projects Bring West Point Into 21st Century

A robust military construction mission at the U.S. Military Academy, along the banks of the Hudson River at West Point, N.Y., is being conducted by the New York District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to provide more modern academic and living space for cadets....

Three Aging Dam/Lock Systems on Upper Ohio River in Pa. to Be Rehabbed in 2024

More than $857 million from the federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) will help fund the repair of Pennsylvania's three aging locks on the upper Ohio River to prevent failures that could result in a halt to river traffic....

Army Corps of Engineers Wants to Deepen 445-Mi. Stretch of Arkansas River

The Little Rock and Tulsa districts of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) are seeking input for a project to deepen a 445-mi. section of the Arkansas River, increasing the amount of cargo that can be shipped along the waterway....

Contractor Repurposing Items From Renovation of Georgia's Fort Stewart Army Post

Fort Stewart's Building 633, a 46-year-old Volunteer Army barracks at the base in Savannah, Ga., is undergoing extensive internal renovations, and the old doors, cabinets and other hardware items that were removed are being repurposed at various locations on the installation and throughout Georgia....

Repairing Saint George's Bridge

Everyone likes short cuts. It saves time. It saves fuel and it saves aggravation. Business leaders in the late 1700s envisioned such a short cut slicing through a narrow strip of land to build a waterway linking the Chesapeake Bay with the Delaware River....

Northbank Civil, Marine Inc. to Make Seismic Repairs

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Portland District (Corps) has awarded a construction contract for completing safety and seismic repairs at Willamette Falls Locks before the agency's official transfer of the historic navigation lock system to the Willamette Falls Locks Authority, expected to take place in 2026....

Delaware Lawmakers in D.C. Get $51.7M in USACE Funding for Water Projects

Delaware's Congressional delegation in Washington, D.C., announced on March 7 that it had secured $51.7 for critical water infrastructure projects in the state as a part of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' (USACE) work plan for fiscal 2023....

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