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  • June

    2019-2020 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: Building Strong available online

    The 2019-2020 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: Building Strong®: Serving the Nation and the Armed Forces digital publication is available online. It offers readers a comprehensive look at how USACE is serving the nation and the armed forces by Building Strong®.
  • Far East District on-boards new employees during COVID-19

    CAMP HUMPHREYS, South Korea—The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Far East District (FED) has on-boarded a few new employees during COVID-19. As this pandemic has changed the way operations occur globally, most of their transition to the district is unique due to the virus.
  • May

    PDT conducts first virtual VE study work session

    The Slope Flattening Project Delivery Team (PDT) recently conducted the first virtual value engineering (VE) study work session with team member Neal Newman, who happens to be one of only 12 certified value specialists in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
  • 20-0036, Phillips 66 Alliance H2PL, LLC

    Phillips 66 Alliance H2PL, LLC proposes to construct the Alliance Hydrogen Pipeline Project, an approximately 36 mile, 12-inch diameter hydrogen pipeline from an existing facility in Luling Louisiana to the Alliance refinery in Belle Chasse, Louisiana.
  • 19-0682; Jefferson Parish Department of Drainage

    Pheonix Global Engineering and Construction obo Jefferson Parish Department of Drainage proposes to dredge, temporary stockpile and construct the Lake Cataouatche Pump Station approximately 95 feet landward of the West Bank and Vicinity- HSDRRS Lake Cataouatche Levee.
  • Permitting the Panthers

    In October 1993, the Carolina Panthers officially became the newest expansion team in the National Football League, with their home in Charlotte, North Carolina. However, they were specifically named the “Carolina” Panthers, and not the “Charlotte” Panthers, because the plan was always to embrace the entire region.
  • Future leaders during COVID-19

    The Memphis District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is known for executing many different tasks, projects and missions all at the same time. Even when COVID-19 presented itself, this district didn’t stop doing everything it’s normally charged to do. Like many other organizations around the world, the Coronavirus altered how some projects were carried out within the district; this included how the Leadership Development Program (LDP) continued on as well.
  • USACE employee receives award due to new contracting process deployed during flood efforts.

    A 25-year employee of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, was awarded the Omaha-Lincoln Federal Executive Association 2019, Federal Employee Leadership Award in the Managerial/Supervisor/Leader of the Year category.
  • Huntsville Center improves hazardous materials management

    Previously, many installations used other more costly user licenses, such as the Hazardous Materials Management System, or other commercial databases that required annual renewal fees to manage their HM or HW data. Licensing costs were greatly reduced with the single EESOH-MIS application.
  • Virtual PDT awards contract for Island 18 Phase 5 project ahead of schedule

    Despite being new to virtual teamwork, the Island 18 Phase 5 Project Delivery Team (PDT) performed exceptionally well and exceeded expectations when they reached their Contract Award milestone on May 20, ahead of schedule.

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