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WASHINGTON (September 21, 2015) – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) in collaboration with a federal interagency team announced today the release of a revised handbook that will help agencies coordinate earlier and more effectively during the development of transportation and other infrastructure projects and throughout the permit review process.
DALLAS—U.S. Army Corps of Engineers flood risk reduction projects in the south central and southwestern United States prevented an estimated $13.3 billion in damages to local communities and infrastructure during the May-June 2015 flood event , according to recent calculations by Corps officials with the Southwestern Division in Dallas. The most damages prevented were in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area, where the figure stood at $6.7 billion. Closely following was the greater Houston area with $6.4 billion in flood damages prevented.
The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville’s Access Control Point (ACP) program partners with many U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) components to provide maintenance and services, design and build construction, and confer infrastructure upgrades to ACPs and other facilities worldwide.
The USACE Inland Electronic Navigational Chart (IENC) Program is responsible for all inland