The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has submitted to Congress its work plan for several projects under its Civil Works program.
The service said Wednesday it will get a total of $6.9B in fiscal 2019 funds for the Army Civil Works program through the Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies Appropriations Act.
Approximately $4.5B in appropriations will go to USACE’s five accounts: the Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program; construction; investigations; operation and maintenance; and Mississippi River and tributaries.
USACE will allocate approximately $2.1B in funds to navigation projects, flood risk management programs, other authorized project purposes and FUSRAP.
The remaining $432M will be earmarked for USACE’s Flood Control and Coastal Emergencies efforts; expenses; regulatory account; and initiatives of the office of the assistant secretary of the Army for civil works.
The work plan includes funds for 21 construction projects; 15 feasibility studies and a limited re-evaluation report; and five preconstruction engineering and design projects.
Click here to view the list of projects and studies.