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  • March

    J Talkers speak up

    J Talkers have been meeting at least twice a month to become better communicators and leaders in order to achieve personal and professional goals as unique as their backgrounds.
  • February

    Employee Spotlight: Patricia Fontanet

    Please introduce yourself:My name, Patricia, is actually pronounced in Spanish (pah-tree-see-ah). I
  • January

    A Designing Mom

    April Ratcliff lives a triple life as a mom, college student and Sacramento District interior design technician, but that doesn’t stop her from achieving her goals. Read her story about “always growing and moving forward.”
  • December

    Custodians of disaster relief

    Thanks to a cadre of Corps custodians who prepare year-round, Deployable Tactical Operations System (DTOS) teams are ready to provide their expertise and mobile command centers to quickly respond following hurricanes and other disasters.
  • November

    Formula for winter reservoir management more complicated than it appears

    With the rainy season upon us, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District is buckling down to ensure the Central Valley’s reservoirs are ready for whatever the season may or may not bring. While water management is a year-round responsibility, the winter months bring with them especially tough challenges for the Corps in maintaining the delicate balance of flood risk reduction and water supply.
  • October

    Employee Spotlight: Architect Mickela Pallares

    Meet Mickela Pallares, an architect with our Sacramento District. Mickela joined the Corps of Engineers after graduating from Cal Poly in 2009, and is now our subject matter expert on sustainable design. She’s a natural born leader, loves to travel and – oh yeah – she helps design the facilities that support our Nation’s armed forces. Get to know Mickela and learn more about her duties as an U.S. Army Corps of Engineers architect in this Q&A.
  • ASCE honors Sacramento District Mega Project Center director

    The American Society of Civil Engineers Sacramento Section awarded their 2016 Charles S. Pope Construction Award to Sacramento District’s Mega Project Center Director David Thomas last week for his work leading the Joint Federal Project in Folsom, California.
  • September

    Cal Guard bridges over Black Butte Lake waters

    California Army National Guard members of the 132nd Multi-Role Bridge Company (MRBC), based out of Redding, California, conducted drill training at the Corps recreation area site Sept. 17 and exercised their unique skillset—bridging gaps.
  • Veteran finds work as new chief of security at Corps’ career fair

    Feeling the frustration many Veterans face when applying for work subsequent to their military
  • Racing Solo together

    Take a fast ride with Sacramento District’s Josh Garcia and his father Ron at a sports car event in Stockton, California. The younger Garcia is chief of the environmental analysis section of planning for the district. His weekend office is the driver’s seat of the Datsun 510 racecar he and his father built and race together.

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