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 The Flood Control and Coastal Emergencies (F) portfolio contains eight projects with an approximate cost of $51.8  million all within the Galveston District.

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Galveston District Projects

Supplemental funding for this project was appropriated to repair channel damage (erosion and sloughing) caused by Hurricane Harvey and Tropical Storm Imelda. Engineering and Design of plans and specifications is ongoing. A contract award is expected in June 2020.

Supplemental funding for this project was appropriated to repair erosion and replace rip rap on the levee system along Brazos River and Oyster Creek caused by Hurricane Harvey. The project is currently under construction and is expected to be completed in March 2020.

Supplemental funding for this project was appropriated to repair pump stations and erosion of the Hurricane Flood Protection Levee caused by Hurricane Harvey. Levee repairs were added to the Port Arthur Contract with an expected award in April 2020. Currently the Galveston District is coordinating with the New Orleans District to acquire a capable contractor to repair pump stations. A contract award is expected in May 2020.

Supplemental funding was appropriated for this project to repair erosion and sloughing within and along the channel caused by Hurricane Harvey and Tropical Storm Imelda. The engineering and design of plans and specifications is ongoing, with a contract award expected in June 2020.

Supplemental funding for this project was appropriated to repair Hurricane Harvey related damage to the Galveston Bay area levee and channel system, including channel scouring near the Moses Lake Flood Gate, rip rap displacement and erosion. Construction is ongoing and currently scheduled to be completed in June 2020.

Supplemental funding for this project was appropriated to replace a 600-foot section of damaged I-Wall structures with improved T-Wall structures. the current I Wall was damaged during Hurricane Harvey and various other events. The new wall sections will meet current industry standards. A contract award is expected in January 2021.

Supplemental funding for this project was appropriated to repair erosion and sloughing within, and along, Vince Bayou caused by Hurricane Harvey and Tropical Storm Imelda. Engineering and Design is ongoing, with an expected award in June 2020.

Supplemental funding for this project was appropriated to repair erosion and sloughing within, and along, White Oak Bayou caused by Hurricane Harvey and Tropical Storm Imelda. Engineering and Design is ongoing with an expected award in June 2020.

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