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  • August

    2015 Army Corps of Engineers Project Manager of the Year named, led expansive post-Sandy coastal flood risk study

    Lt. Gen. Thomas P. Bostick, U.S. Army, chief of engineers, presented Dave Robbins with the 2015 Project Manager of the Year award at the annual U.S. Army Corps of Engineers National Awards Ceremony, held in Washington, D.C. in August. Robbins works within the Planning Division at the Corps’s Baltimore District. He is a geographer by trade and was the project manager for the North Atlantic Coast Comprehensive Study, which was a massive, innovative interagency study that came to fruition as a result of Hurricane Sandy's devastating aftermath.
  • USACE Chicago District protects, restores natural treasures through GLRI and GLFER

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Chicago District manages an extensive ecosystem restoration program that restores and protects over 2,600 acres of streams, lakes and wetlands and opens up over 58 miles of free-flowing river. Completed projects and those currently in construction provide essential habitat for fish and wildlife, and extensive value to the public.
  • April

    Going Green: Army Corps of Engineers urges to call before you fill

    With construction season here, it is crucial to highlight the fact that streams and wetlands are essential to flood reduction and water-quality improvement, and you must call before you fill," said Paul Leffler, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Chicago District Regulatory Program senior project manager.
  • March

    Going Green: Protecting our Great Lakes from the invasive Asian carp

    "Working with our partners to protect our national treasures, our Great Lakes, from aquatic nuisance species is critical," said U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Chicago District Commander Col. Frederic A. Drummond Jr. "The Corps mission is about sustaining our water resources, sustaining our communities and sustaining our nation's economic resources."
  • February

    Army Corps of Engineers, other federal agencies release Asian carp environmental DNA study findings

    CHICAGO -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Geological Survey, released an interim report for the Asian Carp Environmental DNA Calibration Study, today, which is a three-year study funded through the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, as scoped by the Asian Carp Regional Coordinating Committee Asian Carp Control Strategy Framework.
  • January

    Corps awards Fire Island debris removal contract

    Yaphank, New York -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced Jan. 25 the award of a Hurricane Sandy debris removal contract worth $8.8 million to DS3 Enterprises Inc. of Central Islip, N.Y.
  • December

    Dredging commences in Great Lakes contamination area after 40 years

    With one seamless swivel of a crane, a bucket of sediment was released into a barge the afternoon of Oct. 23 for the first time in over 40 years in the Indiana Harbor and Canal, one of the busiest ports by tonnage and the number one area of contamination in the Great Lakes.

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