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USACE Construction Management Services, 2007-2013 | Construction Management Projects

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This project included providing 100-year flood protection for the Greater New Orleans Area. Work also included drainage improvements under the SELA Program. Meyer Engineers, Ltd.'s work efforts were for support of the USACE’s New Orleans District, Protection Restoration Office. Our efforts also included support for the District’s Hurricane Protection Office, Vicksburg District and Lafayette District.

This project was awarded to Meyer-Beta Joint Venture in which Meyer performed 65 percent of the services. Project types included earthen levees, concrete I-walls, concrete T-walls, steel sheet pile, flood gates, drainage pump stations, revetments, stone repair, relief wells, drainage canals, concrete flumes, dredging, and articulated concrete mattresses.

Meyer provided three construction managers, five project engineers, two cost estimators, two secretaries and sixty-two quality assurance representatives for this project.

Work was performed in Jefferson Parish, Orleans Parish, Plaquemines Parish, St. Bernard Parish, Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Atchafalaya Basin, and along the Mississippi River.

Meyer received an overall exceptional rating for this contract.

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Start Date: May 2007
Substantial Completion Date: 2013
Construction Cost: $2.6 BILLION