Olmsted Locks and Dam conducts a concrete placement on its eighth Nav Pass shell.  While crews move the blue ‘tubes’ to ensure concrete is filled in all the holes, other workers move and smooth the concrete to make sure it is at the proper height and level before the material hardens. The placement is the second of five lift placements. NP-8 is scheduled to be set October 18.
Concrete placement at Olmsted Dam project
Olmsted Locks and Dam conducts a concrete placement on its eighth Nav Pass shell. While crews move the blue ‘tubes’ to ensure concrete is filled in all the holes, other workers move and smooth the concrete to make sure it is at the proper height and level before the material hardens. The placement is the second of five lift placements. NP-8 is scheduled to be set October 18.
Some Louisville District employees participated in a tree planting event at the new Wolf Creek National Trout Hatchery near Jamestown, Ky., hosted by Trout Unlimited. Flags marking the newly-planted trees can be seen along the stream. The manmade trout stream developed through the partnership of the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Corps of Engineers, Nashville District.
Tree planting at new man-made trout stream
Some Louisville District employees participated in a tree planting event at the new Wolf Creek National Trout Hatchery near Jamestown, Ky., hosted by Trout Unlimited. Flags marking the newly-planted trees can be seen along the stream. The manmade trout stream developed through the partnership of the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Corps of Engineers, Nashville District.
March/April 2016
Falls City Engineer: March/April 2016
March/April 2016

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Flood simulation promotes agency coordination

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