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This was given to Missouri House Committee on how to find funding and speed up the repair of Missouri levees.

This was given to Missouri House Committee on how to find funding and speed up the repair of Missouri levees.

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  • 1. www.schultzandsummers.com Our Company & Expertise New Orleans Levee Branson Airport
  • 2. SSE Owners
    • Water treatment and distribution
    • Wastewater collection and treatment
    • Storm water drainage
    • Construction observation
    • Roads, highways and bridges
    • Subdivisions
    • Commercial site development
    • Environmental site assessment
    • Environmental permitting
    • Generation, transmission and distribution systems for electric utilities
    • Right-of-way acquisition
    • Project Funding
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    Expertise in Civil Engineering   Stanley Schultz, P.E., R.L.S – Principal Bob Summers, P.E., – Principal Founder of Schultz Engineering in 1997 Joined ownership in 2007 became Schultz and Summers Engineering
  • 3. April 29, 2011 Satellite View of Flooding
  • 4.   IMPACT
    • Reached a record height over 400 feet.
    • Large agricultural areas and small farmsteads are swallowed by deep waters
    • Small towns and portions of large cities being flooded by muddy inundations
    • Part of the area where the Mississippi and Ohio rivers meet has received over 2 feet of rain in a little over three weeks.
    Wappapello Lake in Wayne County (AP Photo/Daily American Republic, Paul Davis) Tuesday, May 3, 2011 Wappapello Lake flows over its emergency spillway and into the already swollen St. Francis River.
  • 5.   IMPACT
    • Record Rainfall of 21.39 inches for April 2011
    • 1000 Homes Evacuated
    • Highway 60 Closure
    Butler County Black River Levee Area
  • 6.   IMPACT
    • Hundreds of Homes Flooded
    • Branson Landing Flooded
    • April 27, 2011 the height of Table Rock Lake reached a record level of 935.3 feet.
    • Unprecedented Water Release of 68,000 cubic feet per second.
    Branson Flooding in Taney County
  • 7.   IMPACT As predicted, the two-mile hole in the levee flooded 130,000 acres of nearby farmland in what is known as the Birds Point-New Madrid Floodway . Birds Point Flooding Area May 2, 2011 In an effort to spare Cairo, Illinois, and reduce downstream flooding, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers used explosives to breach a protective levee near the confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers.
  • 8. Birds Point USACE Levee Map Satellite View of Affected Area
  • 9. Our Levee Work In New Orleans
  • 10.
    • ALTA/ACSM
    • Boundary
    • Engineering design
    • Construction layout
    • Mortgage
    • Floodplain Certification
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    • ALTA/ACSM
    • Boundary
    • Engineering design
    • Construction layout
    • Mortgage
    • Floodplain Certification
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    Land Surveying   Materials Testing  
    • Concrete Testing
    • Soil Testing
    • Aggregate Testing
    • Asphalt Testing
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    Materials Testing & Land Surveying   “ They have a proven track record for dependable service, accurate test results and competitive pricing.” - William Wheeler, QC Manager Archer Western Contractors   “ They have a proven track record for dependable service, accurate test results and competitive pricing.” - William Wheeler, QC Manager Archer Western Contractors
  • 11. USACE BPA QA Projects Table 2. Quality Assurance – In Progress Federal Projects Customer Project Project Number USACE - New Orleans, LA WBV 09a Eastern Tie-In, Hero to Oakville, Phase II W912P8-10-C-0089 Quality Assurance – Completed Federal Projects Customer Project Project Number USACE - New Orleans, LA LPV 147 Floodgate and Tie Ins W912P8-10-D-0010-0003 USACE - New Orleans, LA LPV 7D.2 Almedia/Walker Drainage Structure - Phase 2 W912P8-09-D-0048-0002 USACE - New Orleans, LA Bonne Carre Upper Guide Levee Enlargement W912P8-09-D-0052-0006 USACE - New Orleans, LA WBV 18.2 Lake Cataouache Levee Enlargement, Phase 2 W912P8-09-C-0105 USACE - New Orleans, LA WBV 14g.2 Estelle PS and Vicinity Floodwalls W912P8-09-D-0045-0002 USACE - New Orleans, LA LPV 18.2 Williams Boulevard Floodgate W912P8-09-D-0046-0004 USACE - New Orleans, LA Utility Relocation (Reach5) W912P8-10-Z-0002 USACE - New Orleans, LA Bayou Trepagnier Complex Floodwall W912P8-09-D-0043-0004 USACE - New Orleans, LA Reach 2A Shell Pipeline W912P8-09-D-0052-0005 USACE - New Orleans, LA LPV 3d.2 Airport Levee W912P8-08-D-0044-0004 USACE - New Orleans, LA LPV-06e.2 Floodwall under I-310 W912P8-10-C-0075 USACE - New Orleans, LA LPV 04.2a Reach 1A Cross Bayou to St. Rose & Gulf South Floodwall, Ph. 2 W912P8-09-D-0052-0004 USACE - New Orleans, LA LPV 19.2 Reach 4, 3rd Enlargement Lakefront Levee W912P8-09-D-0046-0003 USACE - New Orleans, LA LPV 00.2 Reach 1, 4th Enlargement W912P8-09-D-0046-0002 USACE - New Orleans, LA Reach 2A W912P8-09-D-0046-0005 USACE - New Orleans, LA WBV 14f.2 Hwy 45 Levee, Phase 2 W912P8-08-D-0040-0002 USACE - New Orleans, LA LPV 04.2b Reach 1B Phase 2, from I-310 to Walker Drainage Structure W912P8-09-D-0045-0005 USACE - New Orleans, LA LPV 12a.2 Duncan Pump Station W912P8-09-C-0106 USACE - New Orleans, LA SELA 18, Dwyer Road Intake Canal W912P8-08-C-0093 USACE - New Orleans, LA LPV 16.2 Bonnabel Blvd. Flood Gate W912P8-09-D-0044-0002 Quality Assurance – In-Process Federal Projects Customer Project Project Number USACE - New Orleans, LA WBV 09a Eastern Tie-In, Hero to Oakville, Phase II W912P8-10-C-0089
  • 12. Cost of Labor – One Mile of New Levee Alternative 1: Prevailing Wage Rates for Butler County Per Hour Operator $46.22 Labor $33.85 Truck Driver $35.69 Quantity Unit Production Trucking Labor (per 30) Labor (Per 4) Equipment Labor (per 5) Total Unit Price Earthwork 189,200.00 CY 3000 $675,254.80 $85,392.27 $145,747.07 $906,394.13 $4.79 Alternative 2: Local Wage Rates for Butler County Per Hour Operator $25.00 Labor $15.00 Truck Driver $17.00 Quantity Unit Production Trucking Labor (per 30) Labor (Per 4) Equipment Labor (per 5) Total Unit Price Earthwork 189,200.00 CY 3000 $283,800.00 $37,840.00 $63,066.67 $438,313.33 $2.32
  • 13.
    • USACE Disaster Operations Public Law 84-99
    • Emergency Watershed Protection Program (EWP)
    • Federal Appropriations
    • Wave Easement recording fees
    • Streamline condemnation proceedings
    • Reduced environmental hurdles and roadblocks
    • Reduce Liability on Emergency Levee work
    FUNDING OPTIONS & STREAMLING SUGGESTIONS SEMA/FEMA SEMA/FEMA
  • 14. USACE Disaster Operations Public Law 84-99
    • Local district must request to participate in this program
    • USACE assigns project manager and team to assess damage and costs
    • Funding decision is made at the division level
    • It is a 75%-25% match program
  • 15. Emergency Watershed Protection Program (EWP)
    • 75% - 25% match
    • 25% can be in-kind from the local sponsor
    • Only available in an area where an emergency has been declared
    • Non-emergency work can go on for years
  • 16. Federal Appropriations
    • 1 Billion to Repair Levee
    • Passed Committee
    • If passed in the Senate and the President signs it will be available October 1, 2011
    • JoAnn Emerson is working with members up and down the Mississippi River to support this funding
    Emerson: $1 Billion to Repair Levee System WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. JoAnn Emerson (MO-08) said that a Chairman’s amendment to the House Energy and Water Appropriations Act of 2012 included an additional $1 BILLION for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to repair levees throughout the United States, with $589.5 MILLION set aside at her request for the Mississippi River and Tributaries system .   That system includes the Birds Point levee and Mississippi River levees which border the Eighth Congressional District. U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson
  • 17. Streamline Suggestions
    • Streamline Condemnation Proceedings
    • Reduced Environmental Hurdles and Roadblocks
    • Reduce Liability on Emergency Levee Work
  • 18. Thank you for this opportunity, are there any questions?