US Army Corps of Engineers
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Programs & Project Management

Function:
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.

Mission:
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.

Contact

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

Public Notice: I-29 road raise, Cass County, North Dakota
As part of the Fargo-Moorhead Metropolitan Area Flood Risk Management Project, land upstream of the southern embankment will be used for staging of floodwaters during high flows. As a result, Interstate 29, which floods under existing conditions, will be elevated so that traffic can continue during staging of floodwaters and can cross over the southern embankment. The Interstate 29 road raise will consist of raising the existing interstate system from mile marker 49.59 to 53.80
Date of Expiration: 09/03/2020
Public Notice: Lake Ashtabula, Homme Reservoir master plan draft environmental assessment
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, is seeking comments on the draft master plan and environmental assessment for Lake Ashtabula, near Valley City, North Dakota, and Homme Reservoir, near Park River, North Dakota.
Date of Expiration: 08/28/2020