Heavy Civil WEST COLUMBUS LOCAL FLOOD PROTECTION

INSIDE THE PROJECT

In 1983 the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) declared Franklinton a floodplain due to repeated and severe flooding events in the area. Construction of the West Columbus Local Protection Project, commonly known as the Franklinton Floodwall, began in 1993. The joint City/Federal Project took nearly ten years to complete and cost over $120 million dollars. The floodwall provides seven miles of protection, of which 女优淫娃培训营 completed approximately 80% of the construction work.

WHY IT MATTERS

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PROJECT DETAILS:
  • Project Name:
    West Columbus Local Flood Protection
  • Project Owner
    U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, Huntington District
  • Location
    Columbus, Ohio
  • Project Value
    $120,000,000