• January

    Engineering community comes together in Colorado for SAME Industry Day

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Col. - The U.S Army Corp of Engineers, Omaha District joined the Rocky Mountain Region Society of American Military Engineers for an industry day in Colorado Springs, Colorado Jan. 23 to help build engineering partnerships.
  • December

    USACE partners for cleanup of former missile site in Missouri Valley, Iowa

    OMAHA, Neb. - The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Omaha District’s environmental remediation team recently hosted a public meeting at the Rand Community Center in Missouri Valley, Iowa, to provide updates on an environmental investigation project for the former Offutt Air Force Base Atlas “D” Missile Site 3.
  • Bridging the waters: USACE districts partner for flood resilience

    While partnership shines across many of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District projects, some of the strongest are those with neighboring districts. One such project benefitting from a district-to-district partnership is the Fargo-Moorhead Metropolitan Area Flood Risk Management Project.
  • Omaha District Admins further skills, set PACE of professional development

    Administrative professionals at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District provide support by carrying out foundational tasks, allowing technical experts the ability to focus solely on completing specialized projects and programs. Referred to as ‘admins’, these professionals are integral to successfully achieving the USACE mission to deliver vital engineering solutions to the nation.
  • November

    Omaha District, partners successfully complete temporary power mission in San Juan

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District proudly announced the successful completion of a temporary power mission project in San Juan, Puerto Rico. This Federal Emergency Management Agency led initiative aimed at restoring and improving electrical infrastructure in the region. This marks a significant step forward in the ongoing efforts to enhance the local power grid’s resilience and reliability in the wake of Hurricanes Maria in 2017 and Fiona in 2022. Fiona left thousands of residents without power for weeks and Maria resulted in not only the biggest, but the longest blackout in U.S. history, with hundreds of thousands of residents without power for more than 100 days total.

News from around USACE

San Antonio’s Westside Creeks: Reaching for Ecosystem Sustainability
2/20/2024
Mention Westside Creeks to most people in Texas and you will get that bewildered “what did you say?” sideways glance, wanting more information to know what is being referenced. But speak the same to...
Managing water in the Nashville District
2/20/2024
What is Water Management?Here in the Nashville District, crisscrossed by the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers, water management is a constant and ever-changing balancing act.Following great national...
Students, faculty tour ERDC during I-ACED visit
2/20/2024
To attract the next generation of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) professionals, the U.S. Army Engineer and Research Development Center (ERDC) hosted several universities as...
Marvels of Muskingum
2/16/2024
Scott Kraynak, the Environmental Compliance Coordinator for the Muskingum Area, wrote this amazing article discussing the importance of the work being done by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers...