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Levee Safety Meeting
Project Partnership Agreements
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IEPR Reports and Comment Responses
Avon IN Section 14 NEPA Environmental Assessment
Beargrass Creek Ecosystem Restoration Study
Johnson County, KY Section 202
Metro Louisville Feasibility Study
Ohio River Basin-Wide Strategic Plan
William H Harsha Lake Flood Risk Management Project EA
Yearly Lake Report
Barren Yearly Lake Report Historic
Carr Creek Yearly Lake Reports Historic
Facts about the lakes
Fill and Drawdown
Concerned about Flooding
DCPs by Basin
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Contact Water Quality
Patoka Lake Water Control Manual Update
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Air Force Programs
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Air Force Reserve Customers
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Army Reserve Customers
AR DB RFP Specs
Kitchen Drawings and Details
Army Reserve Enterprise Building Control System (EBCS) Attachments
Army EBCS Dec 2021
Environmental (HTRW) Services
Issued Standard Permits
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Falls City Engineer
Olmsted Locks and Dam
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Mission and Vision
Business With Us
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is committed to doing business with qualified small, small disadvantaged, HubZone, women-owned, veteran and service disabled veteran-owned small businesses.
The Louisville District is one of the Corps’ most diverse districts, supporting both a civil works and military construction mission in a five state region (Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and Michigan) as well as the national program for both the U.S. Army and Air Force Reserves.
Military construction services include the construction of various facilities and structures, engineering design, plans and specifications and real estate services, including leasing for recruiting and reserve centers.
Civil Works services include flood control/damage control, navigation, regulatory, water supply, water quality, hydropower, environmental conservation and restoration, recreation and emergency response.
The Louisville District's environmental program is dedicated to building a strong, sustainable environment for future generations. The district's environmental program manages, designs and executes a full range of cleanup and protection activities.
The Louisville District fully supports all Federal programs established for small businesses. We are proactive in ensuring that small businesses receive the maximum practicable opportunity to participate in and receive a fair share of the contracts awarded.