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Flood Control Projects

In this section, you will find various projects in different sequential phases as each project undergoes the flood control process. All projects are planned and anticipated for completion. However, they are subject to a number of factors that may affect their implementation including; changes in priority, lengthy studies, shortage of resources, lack of public support, lengthy right-of-way negotiations and permit negotiations with regulatory agencies and utility conflicts.

Below is a description of the various phases of projects and links to the sections:

  1. Projects for RFQ/RFP Architect-Engineer (A-E) – This section will enable an A-E to view a list of available projects requiring additional manpower and /or expertise to complete the design under time constraints. The A-E can respond to the request by submitting their qualifications or a proposal.
  2. Projects Advertised for Construction - Construction Firms interested in bidding on flood control construction projects can obtain information about the County of Orange bidding process and projects that are currently in the advertisement phase.
  3. Design Projects – The projects in this site are currently being designed by Flood Control Design and Project Management (in-house) and the A-E. They have been slated in the first two fiscal years and are budgeted projects approved by the Board of Supervisors.
  4. Construction Projects – These projects have recently completed the design phase, advertised and awarded construction contract. These projects are currently being constructed.
  5. Completed Projects – The construction of these projects has been completed.
  6. Future Projects – These projects although not yet budgeted are planned for the purposes phasing for design and construction, how and when money and manpower will be spent for anticipated projects.
  7. Feasibility Studies – Ongoing flood risk management studies in partnership with the United States Army Corps of Engineers.