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Continental Maritime wins LHA 7 award with $33.4 million potential

CA, United States

Continental Maritime of San Diego LLC, San Diego, Calif., has been awarded a $29,199,899 firm-fixed-price contract for maintenance, modernization and repair of USS Tripoli (LHA 7) fiscal 2023 selected restricted availability. The contract includes options that, if exercised, would bring its cumulative value to $33,475,088. The scope of this acquisition includes all labor, supervision, facilities, equipment, production,… Read More

Newport Beach, Newport Bay Conservancy look ahead to Big Canyon restoration project

CA, United States

Big Canyon Nature Park in Newport Beach is a place to recreate: kayaking, walking, bird-watching, hiking. But for environmentalists and city staff, it’s the site of a decades-long restoration project nearing its final phase. Big Canyon is one of several large tributaries to upper Newport Bay. Roughly 45 acres of it is designated as Big… Read More

USACE Begins Lake Okeechobee Releases to Caloosahatchee

FL, United States

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Jacksonville District will resume releases from Lake Okeechobee to the Caloosahatchee Estuary from the W.P. Franklin Lock and Dam (S-79) at a fourteen-day average pulse release of 1,200 cubic feet per second beginning Saturday, Nov. 19. No lake releases are planned for the St. Lucie Estuary. The target… Read More

Outlet work at Canyon Lake impacts low flow releases

TX, United States

Canyon Dam flood gate replacement work by the Tennessee Valley Authority is scheduled for December 5, 2022 through April 15, 2023 impacting low flow releases. Low flow releases can range from 55 to 95 cubic feet per second; however, during days when TVA workers need to be in the conduit, flows will be shut off. … Read More

U.S. Army Signs Partnership Agreement with the American Indian Science and Engineering Society

WA, United States

The U.S. Army and the American Indian Science and Engineering Society signed a partnership agreement today that provides Native American students with formal access to Army Science, Technology, Engineering and Math job and educational opportunities. The agreement, a memorandum of understanding, was signed by Mr. Jaime A. Pinkham, the principal deputy assistant secretary of the… Read More

New Lock at the Soo Phase 3 contractor mobilizes

MI, United States

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers kicks off Phase 3 construction for the New Lock at the Soo as the contractor mobilizes to the Soo Locks. Kokosing Alberici Traylor, LLC (KAT), a joint venture headquartered in Westerville, Ohio began moving major equipment to the site via a barge in the Poe Lock on November 3… Read More

ASA(CW) joins two Pueblos to sign first of its kind design agreement to restore habitat in the Española Valley

United States

The Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works Michael Connor joined the governors of two tribal nations in signing a design agreement Nov. 9, 2022. Governor J. Patrick Aguino of Ohkay Owingeh and Governor J. Michael Chavarria of Santa Clara Pueblo along with Connor signed design agreements with each pueblo for the Espanola Valley… Read More

Corps of Engineers expedites St. Joseph Harbor dredging after vessel touches bottom; awards $1.3 million dredging contract to King Co., Inc

MI, United States

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District awards $1.3 million dredging contract to King Co., Inc, of Holland, Michigan Nov. 17 to dredge St. Joseph Harbor. Shoaling at the St. Joseph Harbor caused a vessel to touch bottom near the north side of the harbor entrance in October. Survey crews from the Detroit District’s… Read More

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District changes recreation area fees at 10 locations in California on Jan. 1, 2023

CA, United States

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District is changing their fees at all of their recreation areas in California. The fee change, which keeps pace with other recreation facilities in the surrounding area, is the result of the increased cost of maintaining recreation facilities due to the continued rise in inflation. Starting Jan. 1,… Read More

Cost share agreement signed for feasibility study in Holt County, Missouri

MO, United States

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District, and the State of Missouri partnered to sign a Feasibility Cost Share Agreement for a feasibility study on the area of river miles 515 to 450, across the river from Holt County on Nov. 15, 2022, in Mound City Missouri. This signing signified the first formal step… Read More

Corps of Engineers awards $6.9 million McGregor Lake Stage 2 option

MN, United States

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, is awarding the second part of the McGregor Lake Habitat Rehabilitation and Enhancement Project today, to Dubuque Barge and Fleeting Service Company doing business as Newt Marine Service, of Dubuque, Iowa. The $6.9 million option award will go toward the stage 2 construction contract in the… Read More

Plan to develop a beach in the Weekiwachee Preserve is on again — sort of

FL, United States

For almost as long as the 11,206-acre Weekiwachee Preserve has been open to the public, there has been some plan on the table to build a beach there to draw residents and tourists to the site. One proposal after another has been floated, discussed and discarded over almost 25 years. The cost, complexity and potential… Read More

State gives $49 million for 15 projects that enhance coastal Mississippi economy

MS, United States

Gov. Tate Reeves on Thursday announced 15 new RESTORE Act projects at the seventh annual Restoration Summit in Biloxi. The projects total approximately $49 million. “Mississippi’s economy is thriving in every region across our state, and this includes our Gulf Coast,” Reeves said. “These 15 new projects that I approved will strengthen our coastal economy… Read More

Dune Repair in Bethany Beach To Begin Spring of 2023

DE, United States

Bethany Beach is still seeing the impact of Hurricane Ian. Dunes are still eroded and beach access points remain closed. DNREC and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are still deeming the dunes too dangerous for beach-goers. Source

Nome’s Arctic Deep Draft Port project approaches milestone

AK, United States

THE U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS AND NOME’S ARCTIC DEEP DRAFT PORT CONTRACTORS must have 95% of the design finalized by the end of November and so far, they are on track. Phase one of the project is picking up speed and the deep draft port will be built, Port Director Joy Baker said at the beginning of… Read More

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