Historic investments in Great Lakes infrastructure

The USACE Buffalo District received a total of $101.9 million in the Fiscal Year 2022 Work Plan to complete projects across the District’s area of responsibility.

The FY22 Work Plan funding is in addition to the $99.96 million of FY22 President’s Budget and $24 million of FY22 funding from the Infrastructure Investments and Jobs Act.

“Construction to repair, maintain, and improve federal navigation channels is essential to the economy and the strength of our Nation,” said Lt. Col. Eli Adams, Buffalo District commander.

“I am also incredibly proud of our team’s role in clean-up of the Manhattan Project for our communities. We have a monumental level of work ahead, but I’m confident our team is ready to deliver!”

Projects to receive additional funding through the FY 22 Work Plan:

  • Barcelona Harbor Dredging, NY — $356,000
  • Buffalo Harbor Breakwater Repair, NY — $3,500,000
  • Cleveland Harbor Engineering & Design, West Pier, OH — $300,000
  • Huron Harbor Engineering & Design, West Pier, OH — $300,000
  • Huron Harbor Dredged Material Management Plan, OH — $150,000
  • Lorain Harbor Engineering & Design, Outer Breakwater, OH — $300,000
  • Lorain Harbor Dredged Material Management Plan, OH — $150,000
  • Oswego Harbor Breakwater Repair, NY — $3,700,000
  • Port Clinton Harbor Engineering & Design, East and West Piers, OH — $300,000
  • Port Clinton Harbor Sediment Sampling, OH — $85,000
  • Rochester Harbor Dredging, NY — $2,400,000
  • Rochester Harbor Engineering & Design, East Pier, NY — $300,000
  • Toledo Harbor Dredged Material Management Plan, OH — $150,000
  • Toledo Engineering and Design, Confined Disposal Facility, OH — $300,000
  • Presque Isle Beach Nourishment, PA — $1,500,000

Photo: Jess Levenson, USACE