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  • August

    District working to combat COVID spike

    Galveston District Commander Col. Tim Vail held a town hall August 2 with the entire workforce, to discuss new COVID-19 mitigations in light of the newest COVID-19 strain -- the Delta variant. Vail recommended the District workforce continue following all current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Department of Defense (DoD) installation requirements on COVID-19 prevention.
  • Cold Regions Laboratory celebrates Engineer Day by recognizing personnel

    The U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s (ERDC) Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) in Hanover, New Hampshire, celebrated Engineer Day July 15.
  • Army Lean Six Sigma Non-Gated Project Team Award

    Congratulations to the Huntington District, which received national honors on July 29 with an Army Lean Six Sigma Non-Gated Project Team Award for the outstanding Non-Gated project: "Improve Project Delivery Data Analytics." The recognition and reward are key components of a successful Business Process Improvement (BPI) strategy. The intent is to recognize Army organizations and practitioners who demonstrate excellence in development, sustainment, and employment of BPI capabilities in support of the enterprise approach to institutional adoption.
  • July

    LA District leadership recognizes employees during virtual Engineer Day event

    For the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District’s 246th Engineer Day observance, the commander joined the district deputy engineer in a virtual format July 29 via YouTube Live to recognize employees’ accomplishments and provide updates about the District and its projects.
  • Col. Czekanski takes command of Pittsburgh District

    Col. Adam J. Czekanski became the 56th commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District through a traditional Army change of command ceremony held at the Senator John Heinz History Center in Pittsburgh, July 29.
  • Army Corps of Engineers promotes water safety this summer season

    Every year about 260 million visits to the more than 400 USACE lake and river projects where
  • Engineers help to improve educational opportunities in Mongolia

    In a country experiencing a shortage of critical educational facilities, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Alaska District is overseeing the design and construction of kindergartens to better the lives of children in Mongolia. Over the last three years, the district has partnered with the U.S. Embassy and U.S. Indo-Pacific Command to improve educational opportunities for more than 300 students throughout Mongolia.
  • From Junior Engineer In Training to Branch Chief, Cirincione inducted into Gallery of Distinguished Civilian Employees

    Frank Cirincione, who started his career as a Junior Engineer in Training, served USACE and the Baltimore District for more than four decades and was inducted into the Gallery of Distinguished Civilian Employees during an awards ceremony Jun 25, 2021 at the district headquarters.
  • Splitting a levee to make it stronger: Installing cutoff walls

    By now, just about everyone in the Sacramento & Natomas regions should know they’re living in one of
  • Engineering With Nature’s Tyndall Coastal Resilience Study recognized with international award

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and its partners received the U.K. Environment Agency Flood & Coast International Excellence Award June 30 for the Tyndall Coastal Resilience Study.

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