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July 2018 POL-MCX Newsletter
July 2018 POL-MCX Newsletter
A group of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers inspect the permanent earth retention system (PERSWALL) surrounding the U.S. Strategic Command command-and-control facility on Offutt Air Base, Omaha, Neb., March 28. To mitigate the potential for flooding, District engineers constructed a PERSWALL around the building essentially constructing it in a bathtub.
USSTRATCOM new home
After nearly six years of construction and many challenges, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, is more than 98% complete with the U.S. Strategic Command command-and-control facilities at Offutt Air Base, Omaha, Nebraska.
The new 1.2 million-square-foot Aurora, Colo., Veterans Affairs Medical Center replaces an older, dated VA hospital built in Denver in the 1950s and offers Colorado’s veterans state-of-the-art facilities.
VA Medical Center nears completion
The new 1.2 million-square-foot Aurora, Colo., Veterans Affairs Medical Center replaces an older, dated VA hospital built in Denver in the 1950s and offers Colorado’s veterans state-of-the-art facilities.
https://issuu.com/omahausace2/docs/outlookcomplete_revised_16_feb_2018
2017 Omaha Outlook Year in Review
The 2017 Year in Review is now online. Hard copies will be available soon. https://issuu.com/omahausace2/docs/outlookcomplete_revised_16_feb_2018
The Assault hangar is the newest upgrade to the 4th Combat Aviation Brigade and Butts Airfield.  When the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District completes the hangar, an Apache unit will move in and begin training for future operations. (Photo by Capt. Ryan Hignight, USACE Public Affairs Officer)
4th CAB gets new assault hangar
The Assault hangar is the newest upgrade to the 4th Combat Aviation Brigade and Butts Airfield. When the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District completes the hangar, an Apache unit will move in and begin training for future operations. (Photo by Capt. Ryan Hignight, USACE Public Affairs Officer)
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USA Today USACE Edition
In this issue: Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, the Army’s chief of engineers and commanding general of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, took office in May 2016, accepting responsibility for much of America’s aging infrastructure in the midst of government cuts.

News from around USACE

District contract professionals vital to successful mission accomplishment

A vital step in the process of bringing construction projects to reality is awarding contracts to private industry companies for the actual construction. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District will usually award and manage construction contracts through construction managers overseas at the project site and with project and contract managers at the headquarters in Winchester, Va. There have been exceptions when a foreign customer requests that the District award the contract and then turn it over to them to manage, but typically award and management go together.
Published: 12/14/2018

Buffalo District employs risk management and systems approach executing the Braddock Bay ecosystem restoration project

Two years ago, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District began a $10 million project to restore the Braddock Bay ecosystem in Greece, NY. Erosion had washed away emergent wetlands and invasive species dominated the marshes. Today, species-rich native communities blossom with emergent aquatic meadows, and restored beach habitat are visited by a variety of shorebirds including black-bellied plover, Baird’s sandpiper, and the federally endangered piping plover.
Published: 12/14/2018

Huntsville Center director of Ordnance and Explosives honored with Lifetime Leadership Award

The National Association of Ordnance Contractors honored William Sargent, director of Ordnance and Explosives at the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, with the NAOC Lifetime Leadership Award at their 2018 Membership Meeting in St. Petersburg, Florida, Dec. 5.
Published: 12/14/2018

Carrying on legacy of USACE Support in the Middle East

For more than 60 years, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District has
Published: 12/14/2018
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News Releases

Public meeting scheduled in Denver for update on Cherry Creek Dam Safety Modification Study and associated spillway activities

The Omaha District will hold a public meeting on Wednesday, December 12, 2018 from 6-8 p.m. to provide an update on the Cherry Creek Dam Safety Modification Study and seek public input on necessary maintenance activities within the spillway that were identified as part of the dam safety study. The meeting will be held at the Lake House at Cherry Creek, 4800 South Dayton Street, Greenwood Village, Colorado. The location for the public meeting is inside the State Park but there will be no park entrance fees for attendees of the meeting.
Published: 12/10/2018

Record of Decision signed for Missouri River Recovery Management Plan, Environmental Impact Statement

OMAHA, Neb.—U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Northwestern Division Commander Brig. Gen. D. Peter Helmlinger signed a ‘Record of Decision’ for the Missouri River Recovery Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement Tuesday.
Published: 11/21/2018

Draft report for potential shoreline protection and ecosystem restoration project at Lower Brule available for public review

A draft feasibility report with environmental assessment to address shoreline erosion and restore degraded wetland and riparian habitats along Lake Sharpe near the town of Lower Brule, SD is currently available for public review. Comments must be postmarked or received no later than December 21, 2018.
Published: 11/21/2018

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