Milestone Engineering, Inc. was asked to provide construction management services for multiple slide restoration projects along the St. Joseph Subdivision in Nebraska and Missouri. Excessive rainfall and snowmelt in the Spring of 2019 caused area rivers to reach historic levels in multiple locations along the Missouri River. BNSF experienced major disruptions to service and operations when multiple miles of track went under water. When the water receded, the damage was historic. There were multiple washouts, embankment failures, scour holes; debris scattered as far as you could see along the BNSF main line. On the St. Joseph Subdivision, Milestone oversaw repairs from Amazonia, MO to Firth, NE (MP 77.2 to MP 186.0). Our team worked with multiple contractors over the 3 month period to restore service, install sheet pile walls, stabilize elevated railroad embankments that were compromised due to high water, installed rip rap keyways, rip rap rock buttresses, installed trench drains, and regraded numerous ditches. Some locations required working 24 hours each day to get the BNSF mainline back in service.