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Army Corps on Engineers wraps up flood cleanup in Cass County

FARGO - The Army Corps of Engineers wrapped up its flood cleanup work Tuesday in Cass County, Grand Forks County and Grafton, N.D. Following is a breakdown of the cleanup projects, according to the corps: - Gowan Construction Inc. of Oslo, Minn.,...

FARGO - The Army Corps of Engineers wrapped up its flood cleanup work Tuesday in Cass County, Grand Forks County and Grafton, N.D.

Following is a breakdown of the cleanup projects, according to the corps:

- Gowan Construction Inc. of Oslo, Minn., was awarded a $341,863 contract to remove clay levees in Cass County. Work began May 9 and was substan-tially complete by May 25. The work was expected to be finished in seven days.

- Spruce Valley Corp. of Middle River, Minn., was awarded a $1.245 million contract for sandbag re-moval in Cass County. The contractor started work May 6 and had 45 days to complete the project. About 689,868 sandbags were removed.

- The corps awarded a $128,500 contract to Strata Corp. of Grand Forks, N.D., to remove sandbags in Grand Forks County. Work started May 26, and roughly 325,000 sandbags were removed. The con-tractor was given seven days to complete the work.

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- A $123,000 contract was awarded to Spruce Valley Corp. to remove emergency clay levees in Grafton. Work began May 30 and was substantially complete June 1. The contractor was given 12 days to complete the work.

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