Following Ceremony, Olmsted Goes To Work Following Ceremony, Olmsted Goes To Work
Following Ceremony, Olmsted Goes To Work

The Olmsted Locks and Dam Replacement Project, formally inaugurated on August 30, is already being put to work. Lock managers began raising wickets the next day in order to build… Read More

The Louisville Engineer District announced on its Facebook page May 16 that the last sunken barge had been removed from McAlpine Dam. Nine barges became pinned against the dam when… Read More

A brief lowering of high water allowed salvage teams to retrieve the sixth of nine sunken barges at McAlpine Dam before the water rose again, suspending operations. The barges were… Read More

The Louisville Engineer District has notified the River Industry Executive Task Force that given the current conditions, dive operations are likely to begin early this week at Lock and Dam… Read More

The Louisville Engineer District announced that the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Olmsted Locks and Dam Project will be held August 29 at the project site. The $2.7 billion project on… Read More