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FACT SHEET - Inspection of Completed Works, NJ

Operation & Maintenance

Published Feb. 14, 2020

DESCRIPTION:  The Inspection of Completed Works (ICW) Program is an Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Program that provides for Corps of Engineers inspections of Flood Risk Management Projects (FRMPs) and Coastal Storm Risk Management Projects (CSRMs) that have been constructed by the Federal Government. The projects have been turned over to the local public sponsor (city, town or village), which is responsible for O&M.  Coastal Storm Risk Management Projects are also overseen by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP). Inspections are conducted jointly by engineers or technical representatives of the New York District and the local public sponsors, noting any observable deficiencies that need to be addressed in order for the project to maintain its structural integrity and design capabilities and provide flood protection to the community. 

Within the New York District there are 14 projects in the State of New Jersey in the ICW inventory:

Project Name

Waterway

County

Project Type

Elizabeth

Elizabeth River

Union

FRMP

Greenbrook - Borough of Boundbrook, Segments U, R1, R1, and T

Raritan River

Somerset

FRMP

Hillside

Elizabeth River

Union

FRMP

McKeel Brook

Rockaway River

Morris

Channel

Molly Anne Brook

Passaic River

Passaic

Channel

Rahway

Rahway River

Union

FRMP

Ramapo River at Oakland

Pompton River

Passaic

FRMP

South Orange

Rahway River

Essex

FRMP

Liberty State Park

Upper N.Y. Bay

Hudson

CSRM

Port Monmouth

Raritan Bay & Sandy Hook Bay

Monmouth

CSRM

Raritan Bay & Sandy Hook Bay (Keansburg)

Raritan Bay & Sandy Hook Bay

Monmouth/ Middlesex

CSRM

Sandy Hook to Barnegut Inlet

Atlantic Ocean

Monmouth/ Middlesex

CSRM

Lincoln Park/Pequannock

Beaver Brook

Morris

Snag & Clear

Morris/Passaic

Pompton River

Morris/Passaic

Snag & Clear

 

Legend:

Flood Risk Management Project (FRMP)/Channel      

Coastal Storm Risk Management (CSRM)

Snag & Clear

 

AUTHORIZATION:  The projects are authorized under separate and subsequently amended Flood Control Acts for planning, design, construction, and inspection. In addition, local sponsors are responsible for Flood Control Works’ O&M through previously executed Local Cooperation Agreements.

STATUS:  The following projects were inspected in 2019 and are scheduled to be inspected in 2020 as part of the Inspection of Completed Works (ICW) program: Greenbrook – Boundbrook Segments U, R, and T, Elizabeth, McKeel Brook, Molly Ann’s Brook, and South Orange. Subject to availability of funds, the following projects are scheduled to be inspected in 2020: Hillside, Raritan Bay and Sandy Hook Bay (Keansburg), Rahway, Ramapo River at Oakland, and Port Monmouth. Sandy Hook to Barnegat Inlet was severely damaged during Superstorm Sandy (2012) and met eligibility criteria under Public Law 84-99, Public Law 113‑2, and Engineering Regulation 500-1-1, and have since been rehabilitated back to pre-storm (P.L. 84‑99) and original profile (P.L. 113-2) conditions.

PROJECT COST: The annual operating budget for ICW in the State of New Jersey is $471,000.

 

CONTACT:          

 

Sean O’Donnell, Emergency Manager, (917) 790-8500      

mailto:cenan-eoc@usace.army.mil      

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District      

Emergency Operations, Room 1937         

26 Federal Plaza        

New York, NY 10278


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