Corps Releases Final Report on $29B Texas Gulf Coast Hurricane Defense Plan

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The study recommends “multiple lines of defense for the Texas coast.”

October 11, 2021
James Leggate - Engineering News-Record

A $28.87 billion plan to protect the Texas Gulf Coast’s residents and infrastructure against hurricanes and storm surge with a series of coastal storm risk management and ecosystem restoration projects took a step closer to reality Sept. 10 with the release of a final feasibility report and final environmental impact statement from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Texas General Land Office (GLO).

Reprinted courtesy of James Leggate, Engineering News-Record

Mr. Leggate may be contacted at https://www.enr.com/leggatej@enr.com

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