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David R. Human

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Levee & Flood Protection

Fighting the flood.

Husch Blackwell counsels stakeholders on the many political, regulatory and financial issues that arise in every facet of flood control infrastructure and levee system projects. Our team has broad experience advising on nearly 50 flood protection projects valued in excess of $3 billion, protecting more than $100 billion in property.

We understand that cooperation and partnerships are keys to accomplishing flood-control projects. The positive relationships our attorneys foster between clients and engineers, financial advisors, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, legislators, regulatory department officials, and other state and local government agencies are instrumental in advancing client projects.

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Get in touch with our Levee & Flood Protection team.

David R. Human

Team Lead
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Our guidance to clients in the levee and flood protection sector includes:

  • Construction
  • Design
  • Emergency assistance claims and appeals
  • Eminent domain
  • Federal floodplain management regulations
  • Financing
  • Levee certifications and challenges to Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) de-accreditation decisions
  • Levee certification programs and participation in PL 84-99
  • Operation and maintenance
  • Public planning
  • Public policy and government
  • Right-of-way acquisition cost reductions
  • State and federal permitting
  • Verification of proposed FEMA flood maps
Our knowledge runs broad and deep.
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“The lawyers are more than just advisors, they are partners in achieving our goals. They are always extremely knowledgeable and exceptionally effective.”

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Client Results

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) shelves plan to decertify levees.

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