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  • December

    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.
  • October

    Garrison Project hosts industry day for largest dam safety modification project in USACE history

    Contractors from 10 construction and engineering firms attended an industry day Oct. 11 at the Garrison Dam located between Riverdale and Pick City, North Dakota. The industry day was part of early planning efforts for a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers multi-year project considered to be the largest dam safety modification project in USACE history.
  • Omaha District Real Estate completes 783 compliance inspections in FY23

    OMAHA, Neb.— On a cool September morning, two realty specialists from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District’s Real Estate Military Branch ventured out from the district headquarters to conduct compliance inspections. For Connor Gann and Jake Moran, a road trip to a stretch of road in Sioux City and a hay field in South Dakota is just another day at work.
  • July

    Omaha District completes first construction project under Tribal Partnership Program

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District recently completed an $11.6 million project in partnership with the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe to address erosion of shoreline banks in Lower Brule, South Dakota.
  • August

    USACE, USBR celebrate completion of Lower Yellowstone joint construction project

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation co-hosted an official ribbon cutting ceremony in July to celebrate the completion of the fish bypass channel and structural weir components to the Lower Yellowstone Intake Diversion Dam project near Glendive, Montana. The dam supplies irrigation water to the area, providing a vital natural source to the public, ranchers, and farmers in the region. The celebration also acknowledged Reclamation’s 120th anniversary.

News from around USACE

The Journey of Craig Eisenhower and the Legacy of Foster Joseph Sayers Dam
2/23/2024
In Pennsylvania’s picturesque landscapes, where the Foster Joseph Sayers Dam stands as a symbol of human ingenuity and natural beauty, Craig Eisenhower, head dam operator, tells how his more than...
ERDC associate technical director earns Black Engineer of the Year Award
2/23/2024
Victoria “Vickey” Moore is the associate technical director of the Engineered Resilient Systems Research and Development Area in the Information Technology Lab (ITL). Moore was recently chosen to...
Welcome to the future: US Army Corps of Engineers leading the way in national engineering excellence
2/23/2024
WASHINGTON — I look forward to flipping my calendar to February each year because nestled among this month’s observances – Black History Month and Washington’s Birthday among them – is National...
Seeking Water Resources Center (WRC) Director GS-15 – Apply by 1 March 2024
2/22/2024 UPDATED
Exciting Opportunity! IWR is hiring a new WRC Director (Interdisciplinary GS-15)! Are you ready to lead this diverse, multi-disciplinary Center to solve USACE’s water resources challenges by analyzing...