Metro Flood Diversion Authority Changes Address
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FARGO, ND (June 6, 2022) – The Metro Flood Diversion Authority, the governing authority for the FM Area Diversion comprehensive project, has relocated its office space. The move allows the MFDA to co-locate with the Red River Valley Alliance and its design and construction arm, ASN Constructors.
RRVA was named last year for the public-private partnership (P3) portion of the Congressionally authorized project. The consortium of three international companies — Acciona, Shikun & Binui, and North American Construction Group — is responsible for designing, constructing, financing, operating, and maintaining the 30-mile-long stormwater diversion channel and its associated infrastructure, which includes two aqueducts, road and railroad bridges, drainage inlets, and a diversion outlet.
The new MFDA address is 4784 Amber Valley Parkway South, Suite 100, Fargo, ND 58104.
The FM Area Diversion is designed to provide permanent, reliable flood protection to the Fargo-Moorhead metropolitan area. Construction on the FM Area Diversion began in 2017 with expected completion of the project by 2027. For more information about the MFDA, visit FMDiversion.gov.
A new sign shows the co-location of the Metro Flood Diversion Authority, Red River Valley Alliance, and ASN Constructors on Amber Valley Parkway in Fargo, North Dakota. (Image courtesy of the Metro Flood Diversion Authority)
This image is available for a high-resolution download at www.FMDiversion.gov/media-kit.