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Army Selects Three Firms for $387M Herbert Hoover Dike Rehabilitation Contract

Bencor Global, Treviicos South and Bauer Foundation will compete for task orders under a potential five-year, $387M to help the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers rehabilitate the Herbert Hoover Dike’s cutoff wall.

The project is scheduled to conclude by Jan. 30, 2024, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

USACE received three bids for the firm-fixed-price contract and will provide funds and location details upon issuance of individual orders.

The Herbert Hoover Dike is a 143-mile-long physical dam located near Lake Okeechobee in Florida and built to mitigate flooding risks for South Florida residents.

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