Infrastructure Recovery and Implementation Plan (IRIP)

The following Infrastructure Recovery and Implementation Plan (IRIP) for the May 20, 2013 Tornado has been prepared and submitted by Cardinal Engineering (Cardinal, Engineer) as the final deliverable from Contract #1314- 007. This IRIP serves to further refine infrastructure-related data presented in the City of Moore Disaster Recovery Program Action Plan (Action Plan) submitted to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development on March 22, 2014. This Action Plan was submitted by the City of Moore as a condition of its receipt of $26.3-million in federal funding under the Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Program (Allocation No. 1). Based on the limited information available to the City of Moore as of March 2014, total public infrastructure damages related to the May 20, 2013 Tornado were estimated at $110.3-million. Of this $110-million, the City of Moore estimated that no funding source was available for approximately $32.4-million of these damages. Only $3-million of the CDBG-DR funds are currently allocated to addressing these unmet needs. The primary objectives of this IRIP are to (1) further refine the originally provided infrastructure damage estimates, (2) identify public infrastructure improvements which will improve the future resiliency of the City of Moore as well as the quality of life for its citizens, (3) combine the identified public infrastructure improvements (or sub-projects) into logical, coordinated projects, and (4) develop a funding strategy and implementation schedule for these projects.

PDF icon IRIP - Volume I11.7 MB
PDF icon IRIP - Volume II80.9 MB