Administrative – executive leadership; finance and general administration; outreach and engagement; and legal services.
The Engineering Division is responsible for developing economical and structurally functional solutions to technical problems related to coastal restoration and flood protection; preparing technical reports and analyses, and designing documents used for planning, bidding, construction and operations.
The Operations Division provides oversight and coordination of the quarterly inspection program on riverine and Hurricane protection levees; construction activities within levee rights-of-way and issuance of letters of no objection (permits); monitoring of Coastal Restoration Monitoring Stations (CRMS) for Coastal Wetlands Planning Protection and Restoration Act (CWPPRA) projects; lead Emergency Support Function (ESF3) for infrastructure branch during emergencies; prepare plans and specifications for the Operations and Maintenance of constructed projects.
Planning and Research Division
This Division has primary responsibility for 5 areas of the State’s Protection and Restoration program: Applied Research; Plan Development, Feasibility Studies, River Studies, and Environmental.
Project Management Division
Overall responsibility to initiate, plan, execute, monitor, and control the successful implementation of protection and restoration projects from the beginning of design phase through the completion of the construction phase.