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The Dam Systems are working,” said Rob Fleming B.C. Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure.

The Tiger Dam™ System is currently deployed across Highway 1 at Cole Road in Abbotsford, British Columbia. https://usfloodcontrol.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/ceb868b0-33dc-4e64-947f-a5a3e351d567.mov

‘Tiger Dam’ being built on Highway 1 in Abbotsford to hold back floodwaters

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is building a “Tiger Dam” across Highway 1 on Sunday evening (Nov. 28) to try to keep floodwaters in the Sumas River. The Abbotsford

Get a Plan for Flood Protection

It’s a new year. Do you need a new flood protection plan? There are many causes of flooding.  Rain fall of a prolonged duration, high winds over water, dam failure,

Temporary water-filled barriers keep some streets from flooding in Key Largo

KEY LARGO, Fla. – A new flood control measure was keeping some Key Largo streets dry while tides were higher than usual on Wednesday Cheryl Whitmer, of U.S. Flood Control,

TEMPORARY KING TIDE FLOOD CONTROL BARRIERS TESTED IN KEY LARGO’S TWIN LAKES AREA

KEY LARGO, FL – Monroe County is testing a temporary flood control barrier in the Twin Lakes community in Key Largo to help alleviate recent king tide road flooding. As

MBTA deploys ‘Tiger Dams’ to Keep Water out of Stations

Massachusetts is prepping for the arrival of Isaias. MBTA workers installed “Tiger Dams,” a flood prevention system Tuesday at the Long Wharf Entrance to the Aquarium MBTA station. Read More:

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