Corps of Engineers says Missouri River has extra storage
March 7, 2012
The US Army Corps of Engineers manages the Missouri River through the series of reservoirs and dams up and down the enormous river's stretch, and their latest report is that there's a little more storage capacity
inside the system this year than usual. That's good news if it means we won't see a repeat of last year's severe flooding. We are actively involved in about half a dozen active projects right now to repair and re-construct the levees protecting towns like Council Bluffs and Omaha. Keep us in mind any time you have an project requiring flood gates (like flap gates and sluice gates), especially if it's time-sensitive. Golden Harvest has been able to rush emergency orders through production in a matter of a four to six weeks for those most urgent installations. No other manufacturer can even come close to that kind of responsiveness.