Army Corps builds world's largest water pump in New Orleans

08/19/2009 | Popular Science

The Army Corps of Engineers began construction this summer in New Orleans of the world's largest water pump. The $500 million West Closure Complex can pump 150,000 gallons of floodwater per second. "This station is designed to withstand almost everything," said Tim Connell, project manager with the Corps.

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