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USACE Buffalo District receives $140.5 million in FY21 Work Plan

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District
Published Jan. 22, 2021

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District received a total of $140,542,000 in the Fiscal Year 2021 Work Plan to complete projects across the District’s area of responsibility.  This includes the $34,405,000 the District had already received in the Fiscal Year 2021 President’s Budget. 

“The Buffalo District is grateful for the large investment into critical projects that will have a profound impact on the quality of life, environmental health and economic growth across the lower water shed of lakes Erie and Ontario,” said Lt. Col. Eli Adams, Buffalo District commander.

Additional information regarding the entire Corps of Engineers’ Fiscal Year 2021 Work Plan can be found here: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Releases Work Plan for Fiscal 2021 Civil Works Appropriations

Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP): Additional $72,850,000 received

State

Project

Work Plan ($)

President’s Budget ($)

Summary of Work to be Accomplished

Ind.

Joslyn Manufacturing & Supply

1,000,000

0

Conduct Remedial Investigation (RI) field sampling and begin preparation of RI report.

N.Y.

Guterl Specialty Steel

500,000

0

Complete the feasibility study and proposed plan. Perform annual groundwater sampling and analysis to detect potential contaminant migration.

N.Y.

Niagara Falls Storage Site

4,600,000

0

Finalize proposed plan for the Balance of Plant (BOP) Operable Unit (OU) (including groundwater), start the Record of Decision (ROD) drafting process and continue the vicinity properties H-Prime RI Report. Continue contract acquisition planning for the Interim Waste Containment Structure (IWCS) OU remedial design. Continue site security and monitoring controls.

N.Y.

Seaway Industrial Park

15,100,000

0

Conduct contract acquisition activities for remedial action. Provide project management, stakeholder coordination and outreach actions.

N.Y.

Tonawanda Landfill

650,000

0

Complete Site Close Out Report (SCOR) and plan for future administrative and project file transfer to Department of Energy.

Ohio

Harshaw Chemical Company

500,000

0

Complete the ROD and continue public outreach activities.

Ohio

Luckey Site

50,000,000

0

Conduct soils and building remediation activities, fieldwork oversight, and perform annual groundwater sampling, testing and reporting activities.  Award task orders to remediate approximately 30,000 cubic yds of contaminated soil and building debris.

Pa.

Superior Steel

500,000

0

Continue RI Report activities, stakeholder coordination and outreach actions. 

 

 

 Construction General: Additional $1,500,000 received

 Operations & Maintenance: Additional $31,787,000 received

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Work Plan ($)

President’s Budget ($)

Summary of Additional Work to be Accomplished

Presque Isle, Pa.

 1,500,000

 0

$1.5M in sand nourishment

Ashtabula Harbor, Ohio

 2,293,000

2,293,000

No change from President’s Budget

Black Rock Channel & Tonawanda Harbor, N.Y.

 6,547,000

6,547,000

No change from President’s Budget

Buffalo Harbor, N.Y.

 14,708,000

 1,208,000

$13.5M will be used to repair the North Breakwater - Phase One.

Cleveland Harbor, Ohio

23,941,000

  8,761,000

Funds will be used for additional dredging activities ($1.13M), maintenance of dredged material disposal facilities for navigation ($3.3M), interim CDF maintenance ($250k) and construction West Breakwater repair ($10.5M).

Conneaut Harbor, Ohio

 911,000

 911,000

No change from President’s Budget

 

Erie Harbor, Pa.

 1,618,000

     1,618, 000

No change from President’s Budget

 

Fairport Harbor, Ohio

 1,420,000

 7,000

$1.413M will be used for dredging, environmental coordination and sediment sampling and analysis.

Huron Harbor, Ohio

1,702,000

      1,323,000

No change from President’s Budget

 

 Huron Harbor, Ohio

1,323,000

 1,323,000

$1.694M will be used for dredging, environmental coordination and sediment sampling and analysis.

Mount Morris Dam, N.Y.

 3,620,000

 3,620,000

No change from President’s Budget

 

Oswego Harbor, N.Y.

6,000

 6,000

No change from President’s Budget

 

Rochester Harbor, N.Y.

 1,300,000

 1,300,000

No change from President’s Budget

 

Sandusky Harbor, Ohio

 1,065,000

 1,065,000

No change from President’s Budget

 

Toledo Harbor, Ohio

 5,738,000

5,738,000

No change from President’s Budget

 

 

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Contact
Andrew Kornacki
716.879.4349
716.352.8669 (cell)
andrew.a.kornacki@usace.army.mil

Release no. 21-003