Contract awarded to repair levee system in eastern Nebraska

The Corps estimated that there are more than 1,300 structures and property worth $1 billion behind the system.
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The Omaha District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has announced progress in repairing a levee system of the Platte River in eastern Nebraska damaged last year during devastating spring floods.

The Corps says it has awarded a $1.68 million construction contract to KEU Inc. of Vancouver, Washington, to repair a levee system between Valley and Fremont.

The Corps estimated that there are more than 1,300 structures and property worth $1 billion behind the system. The Corps did not give an estimated completion date for the repairs. More than 350 miles of levees on the Missouri, Platte and Elkhorn rivers and tributaries that experienced significant flood damage since March 2019.

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