REMOVABLE FLOOD WALL VIDEOS
Video Name: Installation Video, Pier 26, Manhattan, New York, NY
Video Description: A fairly typical installation of the Invisible Flood Control Wall along the Hudson River in Manhattan.
Video Name: Newscast, Removable Flood Wall, St. Paul, MN
Video Description: A newscast covering the Invisible Flood Control Wall installation at Holman Field, St Paul Downtown Airport in St. Paul, MN. Video aired April 2009.
Video Name: Installation Video, Removable Flood Wall, St. Paul, MN
Video Description: This video shows the installation sequence of the largest removable flood wall barrier system in the United States.
Video Name: Mitigation Works, from FEMA
Video Description: This FEMA produced video highlights several mitigation success stories in Vermont during Hurricane Irene. Flood Control America's flood proofing installation of the Invisible Flood Control Wall at Burnham Hall in Lincoln, VT is one of the featured projects.
Video Name: Newscast, Coralville, IA - City Engineer Happy with Coralville Removable Flood Walls
Video Description: KCRG video of a test erection of FCA's removable flood barriers in Coralville, IA including interview testimonial from the City Engineer of Coralville.
Video Name: Newscast, Iowa City, IA - UI Pleased With Flood Wall Test
Video Description: KCRG video of the initial installation of Flood Control America's flood wall installation at the Art Building West at the University of Iowa.
World Trade Center - VSC
FCA delivers 2nd removable floodwall system to the World Trade Center.
World Trade Center - Freedom Tower
FCA has designed and manufactured a removable floodwall system around Tower One at World Trade Center.
Florida Power and Light powerplant projects
FCA produced large-scale demountable floodwalls for flood protection at multiple powerplants.
FCA expands into Canada
FCA has delivered multiple removable flood walls to Medicine Hat, Alberta.
“We had to be able to see the river and protect ourselves from it to keep our history the way it should be. The Invisible Flood Control Wall was the solution…We would have a 12-foot wall there right now if it weren’t for the IFCW. Many people comment on how attractive the approach to the riverfront is. They don’t feel like they’re driving into a flood control project.” - Gary Sanders, City Engineer, East Grand Forks, Minnesota