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Mouse River project passes major milestone

April 18, 2019

In mid-April, the Chief of Engineers of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was in Minot, North Dakota, to sign the Chief’s Report to Congress for the Mouse River Maple Diversion project. This enables Congress to authorize the fourth phase of the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project, estimated to cost $87.3 million. The first three phases are currently in construction.

Barr has worked on the Mouse River project since 2011. Our work on the Maple Diversion for the St. Paul District of the USACE began in 2016 with development of a levee-costing tool and a value-based design workshop and concluded last year with the delivery of preliminary designs, quantities, and costs. 
 
Read a Minot Daily News article about the Chief’s Report signing, and check out a description of Barr’s work on the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project.
Mouse River project passes major milestone