Archive: October, 2016
  • October

    IIS program growing in Louisville

    The Louisville District Interagency and International Services program is growing. With 11 active projects totaling approximately $69 million under the IIS umbrella in fiscal year 2016, the district is ensuring full visibility, transparency and leadership oversight on the program.
  • All sealed up: Lockbourne landfill cap complete

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District, is putting the finishing touches on a 23-acre
  • Corps consults with City of Cincinnati on repair process after flood event

    The Corps of Engineers Louisville District is working with the City of Cincinnati to assess damages to a short section of the Duck Creek Levee System. The Duck Creek project was damaged by heavy rains from a storm that passed through the area on Aug. 28. Construction of the project was complete in 2011.
  • Corps reopens river after emergency closure, hopes for best, prepares for worst

    In a proactive move to deter another river closure caused by aging infrastructure, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District, contractors installed anchors in the lower Ohio River bed at Locks and Dam 52, Brookport, Illinois, to assist the Corps workboat when raising the wicket dam during less-than-favorable conditions.