London Ave to IHNC Flood Protection


Orleans Parish, LA


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

approx. contract value


Due some innovative construction methods and aggressive work plans, Cycle was able to complete this 15-month project 4 months ahead of schedule.

scope of work

The project included $1.5 million in contract scope additions with no increase in contract time. The Cycle team navigated the logistical constraints of working in six different work areas simultaneously and coordinating the traffic relocations along Lakeshore Drive in New Orleans.

The scope of this project included establishing and maintaining a traffic control plan, clearing and grubbing, silt fence installation, demolition of a water tank and pump building, concrete and asphalt pavement removal, curb and gutter removal, extensive drainage modifications, installation of 12” waterlines, tree transplantation and replacement, placement of compacted fill, geotextile placement, aggregate base course, asphalt placement, pavement striping, concrete sidewalk replacement, installation of new traffic signs, guardrail installation, H-pile installation, sheet pile installation, concrete buttresses, joint replacement along the I-wall, and a turf establishment plan.

This project was awarded the prestigious U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Safety Now Advocate Group Superior Safety Certificate from the Hurricane Protection Office.


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