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USACE awards contract for floodwall repairs at Amana Remedial Works

ROCK ISLAND, Ill. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Rock Island District, awarded a contract to Hammer LGC, Inc., Caseyville, Ill., for $328,696 to perform floodwall repairs at Amana Remedial Works on the Iowa River, Coralville Lake Reservoir, Iowa County, Iowa. [Read More]
Published: Jul-19-10

USACE awards contract for pump station modification at Saylorville Lake

ROCK ISLAND, Ill. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Rock Island District, awarded a contract to Q.B.S. Inc., Alliance, Ohio, for $3,112,900 to perform repairs and modifications to the Big Creek Pump Station at Saylorville Lake on the Des Moines River in Polk County, Iowa. [Read More]
Published: Jul-19-10

USACE awards contract for pump station modification at Saylorville Lake

ROCK ISLAND, Ill. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Rock Island District, awarded a contract to Q.B.S. Inc., Alliance, Ohio, for $3,112,900 to perform repairs and modifications to the Big Creek Pump Station at Saylorville Lake on the Des Moines River in Polk County, Iowa. [Read More]
Published: Jul-19-10

Corps Increases Outflows from Coralville Lake

Iowa City, Iowa -- Increased inflow due to rains occurring over the past 24 hours into Coralville Lake from its 3,084-square-mile watershed on the Iowa River continues to raise pool levels. In response to rainfall occurring over the Iowa River watershed and subsequent increased inflows into Coralville Lake; the National Weather Service’s 24-hour precipitation forecast; and the local, state and federally approved operating procedures, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is increasing outflows from Coralville Lake. [Read More]
Published: Jul-06-10

Corps of Engineers Raises Coralville Lake Outflows

Iowa City, Iowa -- Increased inflow into Coralville Lake from its 3,084-square-mile watershed on the Iowa River continues to raise pool levels. In response to rainfall occurring over the Iowa River watershed; subsequent increased inflows into Coralville Lake; requests from the cities of Iowa City and Coralville, and the University of Iowa; and the potential for additional rainfall over the next several weeks, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is increasing outflows from Coralville Lake. [Read More]
Published: Jun-30-10

Lake Red Rock Outflows Holding at 50,000 Cubic Feet Per Second

Knoxville, Iowa -- (June 30, 2010) Increased inflow into Lake Red Rock from its 12,323 square-mile watershed on the Des Moines River continues to cause pool levels to rise as flood waters are stored. In response to the increased inflow due to heavy rainfall runoff over the Des Moines River watershed, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has increased outflows from Lake Red Rock. [Read More]
Published: Jun-30-10

Saylorville Lake Inflows Will Overtop Spillway - Update

Des Moines, Iowa -- (June 30, 2010) Inflows into the Saylorville Lake from its 5,823 square-mile watershed on the Des Moines River continue to cause pool levels to rise. In response to rainfall occurring over the Des Moines River watershed and subsequent increased inflows into Saylorville Lake, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues to release its maximum outflow from its conduit. [Read More]
Published: Jun-30-10

Saylorville Lake Inflows Will Overtop Spillway - Update

Des Moines, Iowa -- (June 30, 2010) Inflows into the Saylorville Lake from its 5,823 square-mile watershed on the Des Moines River continue to cause pool levels to rise. In response to rainfall occurring over the Des Moines River watershed and subsequent increased inflows into Saylorville Lake, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues to release its maximum outflow from its conduit [Read More]
Published: Jun-30-10

Saylorville Lake Inflows Will Overtop Spillway

Des Moines, Iowa -- Increased inflow into the Saylorville Lake from its 5,823 square-mile watershed on the Des Moines River has caused pool levels to continue to rise. In response to the National Weather Service’s 24-hour forecast, rainfall occurring over the Des Moines River watershed, and subsequent increased inflow into Saylorville Lake, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues to release its maximum outflow from its conduit. [Read More]
Published: Jun-28-10

Lake Red Rock Water Releases Increase; Localized Downstream Flooding to Occur

Knoxville, Iowa -- Increased inflow into Lake Red Rock from its 12,323 square-mile watershed on the Des Moines River is causing pool levels to rise as flood waters are stored. In response to the increased inflow and National Weather Service forecast for rainfall over the Des Moines River watershed, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will increase outflows from Lake Red Rock over the next several days. [Read More]
Published: Jun-22-10
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