Project Management Branch
Rock Island District Illinois Waterway and Upper Mississippi River
The Dredged Material Management Program (DMMP) evaluates and identifies preferred alternative dredged material placement site(s) using a six-step planning process and, where applicable, a matrix with six evaluation criteria: dredging cost; natural resources; beneficial use of dredged material; recreational resources; cultural resources; and social impacts.
The Rock Island District has been developing plans and acquiring and implementing sites for the long term placement of channel maintenance dredged material since the completion of GREAT II (Great River Environmental Action Team) studies in the early 1980s.
The Rock Island District is preparing long-term (20-40 year capacity) Dredged Material Management Plans (DMMP) and acquiring and implementing sites for the placement of channel maintenance dredged material in support of the operation and maintenance of the Upper Mississippi and Illinois Waterway nine-foot navigation channels. The program ensures that all practicable and reasonable alternatives for the placement of dredged material are fully considered on an equal basis. This includes the placement of dredged material in the least costly manner, at the most practicable location, and consistent with engineering and environmental requirements.
OM - Operations and Maintenance Rivers and Harbors Acts of 1927, 1930, and 1935 in accordance with the SECTION 404 CWA & 33CFR, Parts 335-338
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Major Work Item Current Year
FY 2019: Complete Bulls Island Plan Formulation, Lock 20 Acquisition, and Cave Hollow Plan Formulation; Finalize Hurricane Island Plan Execution Process.