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Randi Elder, a project manager with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District's Fort Irwin Office, (center, white sport coat), briefs potential offerors about the Fort Irwin Replacement Hospital during a site visit. The Barstow Area Chamber of Commerce, along with officials from the National Training Center, Fort Irwin and the District, held a day-long meet and greet and project overview for the Fort Irwin Replacement Hospital.
Contractors meet and greet over new Fort Irwin hospital
2/8/2012 1:07:00 PM
Artist Rendering: Artist rendering of the new Fort Irwin hospital. A solicitation notice for the $270 million project was issued on Dec. 23, 2011, and offorers have until Feb. 14 to submit their proposals.
Artist rendering; Contractors meet and greet over new Fort Irwin hospital
2/8/2012 1:03:00 PM
FORT CARSON, Colo. — (From left) Matthew Ellis, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District; Maj. Gen. Joseph Anderson, commanding general, 4th Infantry Division and Fort Carson; Col. Robert F. McLaughlin, garrison commander; and Monte Larsen, chief operations officer of the Native American Services Corp; scoop the ceremonial first shovel of dirt at the Jan. 27, 2012 groundbreaking of the Mission Command Training Center.
Construction begins on new training center
2/2/2012 2:17:00 PM
CALIFORNIA — Completed in 2009, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers rebuilt and added rip rap, or large rock, to the waterside banks of a 400-foot stretch of levee near the Yolo Bypass to address issues with slumping. The repair work was completed as part of the West Sacramento Project, a joint effort with the West Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency and the Central Valley Flood Protection Board to improve the levees surrounding West Sacramento.
USACE completes levee repairs near Yolo Bypass
2/1/2012 1:48:00 PM
CALIFORNIA — Following a high water event in 2006, levee sites near highway 80 and the Yolo Bypass began to slump, essentially sinking into the foundation beneath it. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently completed repairs on the second of those two sites, adding a gravel drain and reconstructing a 2,000-foot stretch of levee. The Corps completed a similar 400-foot levee piece in 2009 as part of the West Sacramento Project, a joint effort with the West Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency and the Central Valley Flood Protection Board to improve the levees surrounding West Sacramento.
USACE Sacramento District completes levee repairs
2/1/2012 1:48:00 PM
CALIFORNIA — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District repaired a 2,000-foot stretch of slumping levee separating highway 80 from the Yolo Bypass, adding a gravel drain to help eliminate moisture that was weakening the levee's foundation. The levee has been seeded and will be monitored until grasses, planted to help prevent erosion, begin to fill in. The repair work was completed as part of the West Sacramento Project, a joint effort with the West Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency and the Central Valley Flood Protection Board to improve the levees surrounding West Sacramento.
Corps of Engineers completes levee repairs
2/1/2012 1:48:00 PM
Lt. Col. Philip M. Secrist, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Philadelphia district commander, speaks about the beach nourishment project as two U.S. Coastguardsmen look on. The $9 million project placed about 600,000 cubic yards of sand onto the beach.
Army Corps, partners, celebrate Cape May project
1/26/2012 3:23:00 PM
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