The Hamilton City Project consists of the replacement of an existing private levee with a new 6.8-mile reach of setback levee along the Sacramento River. This setback levee provides increased flood protection to nearly 3,700 acres including the town of Hamilton City with a population of approximately 2,070 residents. It also includes the restoration of nearly 1,360 acres of floodplain created by the new setback levee. Eric Nagy serves as the Reclamation District 2140 Engineer as well as the non-Federal sponsor’s representative to the USACE for design and construction of the $91 million Hamilton City Flood Risk Management and Ecosystem Restoration Project. These services include project team coordination, independent review of design and construction deliverables, schedule and cost risk management, and utility relocations.