GoNDC – Cumberland River Flood Wall – Tennessee - Project Profile
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The Government of Nashville and Davidson County (GoNDC) is planning to build a flood wall in Nashville, Tennessee, the US.
The project involves the construction of a 640m long flood wall. It includes the construction of levees, dunes, a storm water pumping station and related infrastructure.
The project will be funded through bonds issued by the city-county Water Department.
Commonwealth Development Construction has been appointed as the contractor.
In May 2015, a portion of the wall costing US$3.5 million was completed.
In June 2015, planning approval rejected by Nashville Council.
The project proposal was to be voted in the Metro Council (MC) on June 14, 2016.
MC included US$110 million in administration’s 2016-2017 Capital Improvement Budget (CIB) for the project.
In June 2016, Council voted to amend capital improvements budget to reduce to US$95 million from US$110 million.
The project is getting delayed due to funding issues.
The project involves the construction of a 640m long flood wall in Nashville, Tennessee, the US.
The US$110 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of levees
2. Construction of dunes
3. Construction of a storm water pumping station
4. Construction of related infrastructure
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