Port Monmouth Receives NJ AFA Award
The US Army Corps of Engineers Port Monmouth Flood Control Project has received an award from NJ Alliance for Action!
Schnabel has a long history with this project, providing Safety Assurance Review (SAR) for Phase II design and construction activities under Schnabel’s 2010 National Dam and Levee Safety Contract supporting the US Army Corps of Engineers Risk Management Center (RMC) and Headquarters (HQ).
Since 2015, Scott Raschke, Allen Cadden, Dave Campbell, and John Harrison have led the Schnabel Team providing a Type II Independent External Peer Review (IEPR) for the Corps. The Phase II Project consists of five separate construction contracts for this major Post-Hurricane Sandy Flood Risk Reduction Project. This initiative reduces flooding in the Port Monmouth section of Middletown, New Jersey where 750 homes were damaged or destroyed during superstorm Sandy in 2012. The Phase II project is part of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project meant to protect coastal Middletown from Raritan Bay storm surge.
Schnabel has a long history with this project, providing Safety Assurance Review.