Engineer Manuals (EMs)
Engineer Manual 1110-1-2909: Engineering and Design, Geospatial Data Systems (2005)
This manual presents policy and guidance for the acquisition, processing, storage, distribution, and utilization of nontactical geospatial data throughout the USACE.
Engineer Manual 1110-2-1206: Environmental Engineering for Small Boat Basins (1993)
Engineer Manual 1110-2-1304: Civil Works Construction Cost Index System (CWCCIS) (2000)
Engineer Manual 1110-2-1420: Hydrologic Engineering Requirements for Reservoirs (1997)
Engineer Manual 1110-2-1615: Hydraulic Design of Small Boat Harbors (1984)
Engineer Manual 1110-2-1619: Risk-Based Analysis for Flood Damage Reduction Studies (1996)
Procedures described in this manual lead to estimation of expected benefits of proposed flood damage reduction plans using risk and uncertainty analysis.
Engineer Manual 1110-2-2007: Structural Design of Concrete Lined Flood Control (1995)
Engineer Manual 1110-2-2201: Arch Dam Design (1994)
Engineer Manual 1110-2-2502: Retaining and Flood Walls (1989)
Engineer Manual 1110-2-2602: Planning and Design of Navigation Locks (1995)
Engineer Manual 1110-2-2607: Planning and Design of Navigation Locks (1995)
Engineer Manual 1110-2-2701: Vertical Lift Gates (1997)
Engineer Manual 1110-2-2702: Design of Spillway Tainter Gates (2000)
Engineer Manual 1110-2-3600: Management of Water Control Systems (1987)
Engineer Manual 1110-2-5026: Beneficial Uses of Dredged Material (1987)
Engineer Manual 1110-2-503: Design of Small Water Systems (1999)
Engineer Manual 1110-2-6056: Standards and Procedures for Referencing Project Elevation Grades to Nationwide Vertical Datums (2010)
This manual provides technical guidance for referencing project elevation grades to nationwide vertical datums established and maintained by the U.S. Department of Commerce. It supplements ER 1110-2-8160 (Policies for Referencing Project Elevation Grades to Nationwide Vertical Datums) that requires controlling elevations and local datums on USACE projects shall be properly and accurately referenced to nationwide spatial reference systems used by other Federal, state, and local agencies responsible for flood forecasting, inundation modeling, water control, flood insurance rate maps, navigation charting, and topographic mapping.