The Red River Valley Alliance (RRVA), a consortium of internationally recognized companies, has been awarded the contract for the Stormwater Diversion Channel and Associated Infrastructure for the FM Area Diversion. This includes the design, construction, financing, operations and maintenance of a 30-mile channel, road and bridge crossings, aqueducts and other drainage structures.
Please direct any questions related to construction or bidding to RRVA’s construction arm, ASN Constructors
Red River Valley Alliance
Or, call 701-997-1603
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is responsible for the design and construction of the Southern Embankment and Associated Infrastructure for the FM Area Diversion. This includes the 20-mile embankment, three large water control structures, environmental mitigation projects and road projects. These features will be designed and constructed in phases.
Please direct any questions related to bidding and construction for the southern embankment to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers:
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
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The Metro Flood Diversion Authority, along with its member entities, is responsible for a variety of other projects related to the FM Area Diversion. This may include removing structures, constructing levees and stormwater lift stations within the City of Fargo or City of Moorhead, and working on rural road improvements.
Please direct any questions related to the bidding or construction on these projects to the following:
Kris Bakkegard, Director of Engineering
Paul Barthel, PMC
The MFDA serves as the entity responsible for delivering the FM Area Diversion, the first of its kind for flood management projects in North America. Find out more about us and our governance structure, then browse the current job openings below.
There are no open positions at this time.