• USACE to hold public meetings to share details of Connecticut River hydrilla project

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District announced today it will be conducting a
  • DPM Forum paves way for one united USACE team

    With the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Memphis District hosting the most recent DPM Forum meeting, Deputy District Engineers for Programs and Project Management (DPMs) enterprise-wide traveled to Memphis, Tennessee, where they gathered for their first semi-annual meeting of the year, which started April 30 and ended May 2.  "The DPM Forum provides a venue for all district senior civilians to share valued lessons learned, identify and discuss the challenges we face, and influence policy and processes charting the future of the Programs and Project Management community of practice," said Stacey Hirata, DPM Forum Senior Executive Leader and USACE/HQ Military Programs Director for the Programs Integration Division. The forum’s primary responsibilities are to influence and inform policy and to provide senior leadership with recommendations and actions for improvement for implementing enterprise wide. The DPM Forum was established in 2015 after USACE Senior Leaders recognized the need for a senior leader body to act as voice for the workforce. It was also crucial that this body have a level of continuity and a real-time field perspective at the district level.
  • Park Ranger Schaefer wins SAD First Quarter Educational Award

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Park Ranger Shannon Schaefer has been recognized by the South Atlantic Division for her outstanding dedication to community education at the Walter F. George Lake project. Through meticulously planned programs and innovative outreach efforts, Schaefer has engaged audiences of all ages and made a significant impact on the community.
  • ERDC Unveils Strategic Vision and Cutting-Edge Projects for Infrastructure Enhancement and Sustainability

    The U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) is at the forefront of enhancing operations, infrastructure and installation maintenance, driven by a strategic vision that balances innovation with practicality. This vision is realized through meticulous planning, collaboration with stakeholders and a commitment to sustainability and energy efficiency.
  • Notice of Solicitation of Applications for Stakeholder Representative Members for the Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee

    The Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee is soliciting applications to fill vacant stakeholder representative member positions. Members are sought to fill vacancies on the committee to represent various categories of interests within the Missouri River basin. The MRRIC was formed to advise the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on a study of the Missouri River and its tributaries and to provide guidance to USACE with respect to the Missouri River recovery and mitigation activities currently underway. USACE established MRRIC as required by U.S. Congress through the Water Resources Development Act of 2007, Section 5018.
  • USACE Construction Management Unveils Innovative Lab at Workshop

    More than 150 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers professionals experienced innovative technology as the Construction Management Community of Practice unveiled their new lab at a workshop, held at the Kansas City District in early April.
  • USACE closes Beaver Lake campsites following severe storms

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Beaver Lake Project Office is closing Rocky Branch, Horseshoe Bend, and Prairie Creek campgrounds and picnic areas for safety reasons following Saturday night’s destructive storms.
  • Army Corps Civil Engineer Still Puts in the Hours at 92

    It takes a special person to be in the workforce after age 90. The New York District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has one: Ronald St. Laurent, a civil engineer in the Design Branch of Engineering Division, celebrated his 92nd birthday May 18.
  • Army Corps Expansion of Historic West Point Cemetery Complete

    The New York District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, along with officials from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, Army Corps North Atlantic Division (Brooklyn, NY), the Office of Army Cemeteries, project contractor and design personnel and invited guests joined together for a ribbon-cutting ceremony officially opening the West Point Cemetery after a major Army Corps expansion/reclamation project on the West Point Campus 50 miles north of New York City overlooking the Hudson River.
  • Army Corps Expediting Coastal Repairs on Long Island; Sand Placement Expected This Fall

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, has received funding for planning and design for emergency sand placement on Long Island’s Fire Island (50 miles east of New York City) following a series of powerful winter storms that severely eroded Army Corps’ coastal projects and protective dunes.