Programs & Project Management

The programs and project management division is responsible for project management and general oversight for all district work, including water resources projects, project operation and maintenance, support to other agencies and military projects or programs.

The division:

  • Develops and supports the district's civil works annual and multi-year programs and
  • Develops mission and work requirements, and prepares project schedules and funding needs.
  • Through active monitoring of project progress and costs, the division ensures the district meets its project goals.
  • Works with the district's project teams to define customer needs and commitments and ensure that the district’s products meet customers' expectations.

The programs and project management division is responsible for managing the district's civil works and military programs.

For more information, please call (651) 290-5755.


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
St. Paul District
Programs & Project Management

180 5th St. E., Suite 700
St. Paul MN 55101

(651) 290-5755

Civil Works Public Notices

Mississippi River Upper Pool 4 Islands
The Corps initiated a feasibility study in 2017 to identify steps that could be taken to improve the habitat in Upper Lake Pepin, particularly in Catherine Pass. These measures include islands, water level management structures, overwintering dredging and shoreline protection. The proposed solutions are designed to work together to reduce sediment and increase water clarity within the area. The features include constructing four islands, refuge dredging, a water level management dike and control structure, an access road, two backwater dredged areas, three areas of shoreline protection, a mudflat, access dredging and a partial closure of Catherine cut.
Date of Expiration: 06/11/2022
Lock and Dam 4 End Cell draft EA
The purpose of this project is to construct an end cell just below the existing lower guidewall at Lock and Dam 4, near Alma, Wisconsin. The project would increase the protection from barge impacts and reduce operability issues. The end cell would be 33 feet in diameter and be connected to the existing guidewall via an expansion joint, providing a smooth transition between end cell and wall. The end cell would increase the longevity of the lower guidewall of Lock and Dam 4.
Date of Expiration: 06/09/2022
Wahkon, MN, Sanitary Sewer System Improvement Project
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, is seeking public comments on a draft Environmental Assessment for a sanitary sewer system improvement project in Wahkon, Minnesota.
Date of Expiration: 05/18/2022