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ISPM director honored with DOD Disability Award
10/28/2021 UPDATED
Arthur Martin, director of the Center’s Installation Support and Project Management directorate, was one of only 21 servicemembers and civilians with disabilities to be recognized for their...
STEM & USACE: Linking the future of the Corps with the engineers of tomorrow
10/27/2021
HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. (Oct. 27, 2021)— Antioch Middle School teacher Thomas Yan toured the Old Hickory Lock and Dam, and the Old Hickory Hydropower Plant during the Middle Tennessee Science,...
Volunteering it Forward: Kansas City District all-volunteer disaster relief force makes a difference across the U.S.
10/27/2021
In the span of a year, the Kansas City District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers had 25 of their employees actively work on deployments to disaster relief missions across the U.S. Kansas City District...
Corps river and creek cleanup project removes 575 tons of debris
10/27/2021
Work began daybreak on Sept. 27 in San Jose Creek. Contractors hauled trash, shopping carts, bundles of Arundo donax reeds used to build campsites, abandoned vehicles, propane tanks and gasoline cans...
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  • December

    Omaha District architects talk best practices for sustainability

    Omaha District architects, Andy Temeyer, Askelon Parker and Karen Jarvis provide thoughts on how U.S. Army Corps of Engineers design teams pride themselves in providing flexibility on even the most challenging projects and designing sustainable facilities for the United States military.
  • August

    Runway replacement project nearing completion

    The final phase of a three-phase $67 million program to completely replace the Minot Air Force Base, N.D., runway begain in April 2014. The $32.8 million construction contract is scheduled for completion in early October.
  • June

    Fort Carson patients roll into world class rooms

    A newly-renovated Inpatient Family Care Ward opened May 21 on the fourth floor of Evans Army Community Hospital at Fort Carson, Colo. The ward design is patient-centric, providing accommodations that rival top civilian hospitals and hotels.
  • Fort Carson achieves 1st platinum building certification

    A milestone in building construction was reached at Fort Carson in April when the 4th Infantry Division’s 4th Brigade and Battalion Headquarters on Wilderness Road received the first U.S. Green Building Council Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design platinum certification for the installation.
  • January

    New B Street pedestrian bridge provides safer passage for students

    The B Street pedestrian bridge at Fort Carson, Colo., a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project part and parcel of the Fort Carson railyard expansion, opened for students of Stratmoor Hills Elementary School Jan. 20, 2012. The $12.5 million expansion project began in October 2010.