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28 August 20192019 Levee RehabilitationIndustry Day, Kansas City DistrictUSArm of Engi Y Corps neers, for informational purposes only AGENDA, INTRODUCTIONS1.Introduction and 2019 Rehabilitation Projects –Joe Sciarra2.Acquisition and Solicitation Process –Dave Best3.Construction Process –James Rudy / Robin Wankum4.PTAC & SAM’s Registration –Michelle Cunningham5.Contact Information / Capability Statements –Dave Best6.Break Out Session / Open Forums2USArm of Engi Y Corps neers, for informational purposes only PURPOSE•Describe the circumstances of the flood and magnitude levee repairs•Share tentative acquisition strategies•Receive feedback from industry on contract features and market conditions•Facilitate networking among industry–Contact information and Capability StatementsFile Name3USArm of Engi Y Corps neers, for informational purposes only MARCH 2019 -MISSOURI RIVER FLOOD•Rain on snowpack and frozen ground in Nebraska, and South Dakota.•Record flows on tributaries below the large mainstemstorage reservoirs. .! :I nun H,O ND ■ Missouri River Mainstem Dams & Reservoirs Drainage Area above Fort Randall Dam Flows stopped on 3113 Gavins Point Dam Drainage Area Unregulated James/ Vermillion/ Big Sioux Unregulated Basin -Sioux City, IA to Rulo, NE Kansas City District Boundaries -Peak Flows 10-49 kcfs -Peak Flows 50-99 kcfs -Peak Flows 100-149 kcfs -Peak Flows 150-299 kcfs for informational purposes only MARCH –MAY: LOWER MORIVER BASIN FLOODApril –May: Precipitation TotalsMay 2019:•Record rainfall in Kansas and western Missouri, 3-5x normal. •River and reservoir levels were still elevated from March event.March 2019: •Rain on snowpack and frozen ground in Nebraska, and South Dakota.•Record flows on tributaries below the large mainstemstorage reservoirs. so -40 35 30 25 20 15 -10 -8.0 -6.0 4.0 2.0 1.0 .so .01 • for informational purposes only -14 levee systems breached north of Kansas City on Missouri River.-Estimated that 350 miles of levee systems impacted in some manner by flood waters-Over 4.8 million acres inundated throughout Missouri River basin, March 8-21MARCH 2019 –DAMAGESHenry Pohl Levee March 27th2019Atchison County, KSCraig, MOMarch 2019USArm of Engi Y Corps neers, for informational purposes only MAY FLOODING: LEVEE STATUS•50 levee systems Overtopped, or Overtopped and Subsequently Breached, 23 May -17 June 2019•All on the Missouri and Grand River located downstream of Kansas City•NWK estimates approx. 655 additional levee miles from Kansas City –St. Louis damaged in May 2019Garden of Eden Levee SystemUSArm of Engi Y Corps neers, for informational purposes only LEVEE REHABILITATION AND USACEASSISTANCELevee rehabilitation basic details•Goal is to repair eligible “Active” projects damaged by flooding prior to the next flood season•Assistance must be requested by levee sponsor and is limited to pre-disaster condition and level of protection•Repairs must be economically justified and are prioritized based on consequences and severity of damage•Active federal levee rehabilitation projects are repaired at 100% federal cost•Active non-federal projects are cost-shared 80% federal, 20% non-federal•Levee sponsors must provide land access easements, rights-of-way, relocations and borrow (earthen material to repair levee) at no cost to the federal governmentBig Tarkio Breach, March 2019Mill Creek Breach, March 2019Big Tarkio Breach, March 2019 Mill Creek Breach, March 2019 for informational purposes only File Name92019 Missouri River Flood Event -Re uest for Assista nee J A " ti d ~•t 0 Alcti, >, 11 \ f't.:t·r .. 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" " ' "' WO "' "' "' ., "' "" \ \nwk-netapp2\MISSI ON FILES\MissionProjects\civ\EMFloods\2019\March2019\Levee for informational purposes only CANNON DRAINAGE DISTRICTFile Name10USAr of Engn:iY Corps ineers, for informational purposes only KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONSFile Name11USArm of Engi Y Corps neers, for informational purposes only SUGARTREEBOTTOM LEVEE DISTRICTFile Name12USArm of Engi Y Corps neers, for informational purposes only CONSTRUCTION EFFORT•Expecting anywhere from 50-80 contracting efforts•Construction Estimates range in from 50K to several millions of dollars•Beginning Solicitations in four quarter of 2019 until third quarter of 2020•Construction continuing into 2021•Required Repairs include:•In place and setback levee breach repairs•Earthwork Operations•Borrow Operations•Erosion Repair•Seeding and mulching•Stone Surfacing and PlacementFile Name13USArm of Engi Y Corps neers, for informational purposes only