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  • Construction on Marysville Ring Levee Phase 2B and 3 to begin. Phase C cutoff wall to be built

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District awarded a $22.5 million construction contract March 27 to Great Lakes Environmental & Infrastructure, LLC, of Rocklin, California, for 2.8 miles of improvements to the levee that surrounds Marysville, California.Part of the bigger Marysville Ring Levee project, construction on Phases 2B and 3
  • Marysville Ring Levee Phase 2AS construction begins

    Marysville, California – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District recently began construction on the next phase of work to improve the 7.6 miles of levee that surrounds Marysville.Part of the bigger Marysville Ring Levee project, construction on Phase 2A South, which runs along Biz Johnson Drive south of the 5th Street bridge, started
  • Construction continues on Marysville Ring Levee

    Construction of a small but necessary section of the Marysville Ring Levee is underway and should be completed by mid-August 2017, maintaining momentum on the project to lessen flood risk in the northern California town of Marysville. The current construction was funded at approximately $825,000 and the site is located in the center of a railway intersection known as Binney Junction, adjacent to the Catholic Cemetery of Marysville.
  • $824,764 contract fuels progress on Marysville Ring Levee

    An $824,764 contract for the next phase of improvements to the Marysville Ring Levee was awarded Aug. 26 to Patterson Taber General Engineering, Inc. of Marysville, California. Construction on 500 feet of stability berm is expected to begin later this year.
  • Natomas basin construction highlights nearly $200 million for Sacramento District projects

    Funding to begin construction in the Natomas basin leads the list of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District projects receiving funds for fiscal year 2016. Nearly $200 million is included for 16 flood risk reduction and ecosystem restoration projects.