flood wall


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flood wall

[′fləd ‚wȯl]
(civil engineering)
A levee or similar wall for the purpose of protecting the land from inundation by flood waters.
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There will also be an open day later in the spring where the Environment Agency will present a detailed design of the flood wall that constitutes the second stage of the project.
While the Environment Agency has advised on the specifications and design of the flood wall, Port of Blyth will own and maintain it.
take a tour of the this week Duddon Walk flood wall The new flood wall is set back from the original 1950s embankment, which overtopped in 2016, ties into high ground just upstream.
The project will also see some of the existing flood walls on the left bank of the River Wnion upgraded and the existing flood walls on the River Aran refurbished.
Randy Paz, 30, suffered abrasions on his right stomach after a portion of the flood wall being constructed along Casili Creek at A.
Twelve months ago the Environment Agency recommended a proposal to build a 2,000m flood wall in Hull to protect thousands of homes which flooded in 2007.
The flood wall along the bank of the river will be moved to the back of the park, creating an esplanade along the river to allow visitors access to it.
FLASH and Disney consulted with the NFIP and created a ten-foot Flood Wall containing important information on flood causes and protective measures.
The complaint cites a public confirmation by city officials that the reason for the water was a breach in the 17th Street Canal flood wall, reported to be two city blocks wide.
Formby is not at risk from sea flooding because the dunes are a natural defence, better than a flood wall.
Davenport needs a little more relocation, not a flood wall," said Searchinger.
The Environment Agency have also built a new flood wall and a higher river bank at the rear of 15 homes which back onto the river.