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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently completed a report detailing the results of a two-year study to address coastal storm and flood risk to vulnerable populations, property, ecosystems, and infrastructure in areas of the North Atlantic region of the United States affected by Hurricane Sandy.
North Atlantic Coast Comprehensive Study
1/29/2015 2:46:00 PM
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Philadelphia District earned full accreditation from the Emergency Management Accreditation Program (EMAP).  The distinction is the result of a comprehensive evaluation of District emergency management programs and activities including planning; resource management; training; exercises, evaluations, and corrective actions; and communications and warning.
Emergency Management Accreditation Program
1/16/2015 8:44:00 AM
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers constructed a 50-foot berm at Oakwood Beach in Salem County, N.J. to reduce the risk of future storm damages. The two mile project involved pumping 350,000 cubic yards of sand from the Delaware River onto the beach. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company served as contractor and completed construction in December of 2014
Oakwood Beach Coastal Storm Damage Reduction
1/6/2015 2:36:00 PM
The New Jersey Atlantic Ocean coastline extends from Sandy Hook to Cape May, New Jersey, covering a range of approximately 130 miles.  The New Jersey coastline from Manasquan Inlet south to Cape May Point lies within the boundaries of the U.S Army Corps of Engineers Philadelphia District. The District has constructed a number of storm damage reduction projects within this stretch of coastline.
Coastal Storm Damage Reduction in New Jersey
1/5/2015 11:01:00 AM
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and its contractor Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company construct a berm system at Oakwood Beach, N.J in December of 2014. The project involves pumping approximately 350,000 cubic yards of sand from the Delaware onto the beach. Work is designed to reduce damages from future storm events and was funded through the Hurricane Sandy Relief Bill (PL 113-2).
Oakwood Beach Coastal Storm Damage Reduction
12/8/2014 3:04:00 PM
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and its contractor Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company construct a berm system at Oakwood Beach, N.J in December of 2014. The project involves pumping approximately 350,000 cubic yards of sand from the Delaware onto the beach. Work is designed to reduce damages from future storm events and was funded through the Hurricane Sandy Relief Bill (PL 113-2).
Oakwood Beach Coastal Storm Damage Reduction
12/5/2014 8:49:00 AM
USACE Philadelphia District Commander Lt. Col. Michael Bliss discusses beachfill operations with Operations Chief Tony DePasquale at Oakwood Beach, N.J. in December of 2014. USACE and Great Lakes are pumping sand and building a berm system to reduce storm damages to the community. Work was funded by the Hurricane Sandy Relief Bill (PL 113-2).
Oakwood Beach Coastal Storm Damage Reduction
12/5/2014 8:49:00 AM
USACE Philadelphia District Commander Lt. Col. Michael Bliss discusses beachfill operations with Great Lakes Dredge & Dock personnel at Oakwood Beach, N.J. in December of 2014. USACE and Great Lakes are pumping sand and building a berm system to reduce storm damages to the community. Work was funded by the Hurricane Sandy Relief Bill (PL 113-2).
Oakwood Beach Coastal Storm Damage Reduction
12/5/2014 8:49:00 AM
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