U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Chooses ArmorMax® for Napa River Flood Protection Project in Napa, California case study

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Courtesy of Propex Operating Company, LLC

PROJECT SUMMARY In January 2006 Napa River dikes were overtopped, resulting in land-side erosional damage. The critical nature of the structure required the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to implement risk reduction techniques, such as levee armoring. The Corps selected ARMORMAX® to protect the City of Napa with a sustainable soft armoring solution that is vital to flood protection efforts. Many years later, ARMORMAX® continues to perform as intended, while withstanding the rigors of regular maintenance stresses.

Armormax® Features & Benefits:

  • 50-year design life
  • Engineered solution
  • Flood resiliency and risk reduction
  • Easy and rapid installation
  • More cost-effective than traditional solutions
  • Proven technology, sustainable results

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