US Army Corps of Engineers
North Atlantic Division

Sandbridge beach receives renourishment efforts as part of hurricane protection efforts in Virginia Beach, Virginia, April 11, 2013. The project is a collaboration of efforts between the Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineer and the City of Virginia Beach. (U.S. Army courtesy photo)
Pictured from the left, Lt. Col. Kristen Dahle, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Philadelphia District commander; Jessica Marelli, Caesar Rodney School District Board of Education president, Camden, Del.; Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del.; Kate Rohrer, Kent and Sussex counties, Delaware director for Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del.; Col. Joel Safranek, 436th Airlift Wing commander; and Hossam Ibrahim, Dobco, Inc. vice president, break ground for the new Welch Elementary School/Dover Air Base Middle School June 3, 2019, in the family housing area at Dover Air Force Base, Del. The $48 million project, federally funded by the Department of Defense Education Activity, will be built on the football field across the street from the Youth Center and adjacent to the existing elementary and middle schools. Scheduled to open at the beginning of the 2021 school year, the new building will have over 105,000 square feet of learning space for approximately 490 students. (U.S. Air Force photo by Roland Balik)
Capt. Shirley Albritton's parents Frankie and Angela replace her first lieutenant shoulder boards with her new rank at a promotion ceremony at Fort Hamilton on May 30, 2019.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers participates in the Fleet Week New York Parade of Ships, May 22, 2019. U.S. Marines, Sailors and Coast Guardsmen were in New York to interact with the public, demonstrate capabilities and teach the people of New York about America’s sea services.
Radiological Health Physicist Hans Honerlah speaks with Soldiers at the U.S. Army Aviation Brigade's Safety Stand Down at Davison Army Airfield about plans for the final decommissioning and dismantling of the Deactivated SM-1 Nuclear Power Plant at Fort Belvoir Thursday May 23, 2019.
Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite visited Rhine Ordnance Barracks Medical Center Replacement project site preparation in Kaiserslautern, Germany with Europe District and Rheinland-Pfalz construction project and program managers, April 2019.
Maintenance work on the Bourne Bridge spanning the Cape Cod Canal in Bourne, Mass., started Monday, March 25, 2019 and continue through about May 23, 2019, according to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), New England District officials. (2013 file photo)

Latest News Releases

Engineer Officer Promoted To Captain
Capt. Shirley Albritton was promoted from first lieutenant during a ceremony on May 30, 2019 in front of employees of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers North Atlantic Division at its headquarters...
Army Corps to host public meetings for Nassau County Back Bays study
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and its partners, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and Nassau County, are hosting public meetings regarding the Nassau County Back Bays...
Army Corps of Engineers promotes water safety this summer season
Summer is almost here and that means millions of Americans will be planning visits to our nation’s lakes and rivers. As the steward of many of these public waters, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers...

Around the Division

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Project Manager Alex Zahl looks on as crews use a Manned Portable Vector to classify buried metallic anomalies during geophysical surveying efforts along Dalecarlia Parkway in the Spring Valley Formerly Used Defense Site September 6, 2018. The work is part of the Site-Wide Remedial Action approved for the FUDS. The surveying is part of an effort to identify metallic anomalies below the surface that could be munitions left in the ground as a result of military activity in the area during World War I. The MPV equipment helps determine whether buried metallic anomalies are munitions items that may potentially be hazardous or cultural debris that do not need to be removed.
A pile of rusted chain is in the foreground and in the background is a moored boat.
Scituate Harbor Jetty
Colonel John Baker stands in front of a group of people, with his hand pointed outward.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Philadelphia District is managing the construction of a new extended ocean outfall pipe in Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey as part of the Manasquan Inlet to Barnegat Inlet Coastal Storm Risk Management project. Work involves the installation of a temporary steel sheet pile cofferdam and causeway so contractors can work in dry conditions. Cast in place concrete bents are poured on steel pipe piles to serve as a foundation for the 60" reinforced concrete and steel cylinder outfall pipe. Completion is currently estimated in late December. Ocean County, New Jersey owns and operates the existing outfall pipe and is funding this aspect of the project. Agate Construction Co., Inc. serves as the subcontractor to Weeks Marine Inc and is completing the construction of the outfall pipe.
Participants explore the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Guests meet at the at the  Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors 2016 Honor Guard Gala at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., April 6, 2016. TAPS provides ongoing peer-based emotional support to those grieving the death of someone who died while serving in the armed forces. DoD photo by Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Jesse A. Hyatt

Latest Stories

Norfolk District's Virginia Beach oceanfront storm-damage reduction program slated to kick off
The Virginia Beach Hurricane and Storm Damage Reduction Project, a joint effort by the city of Virginia Beach and Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, is slated to begin Thursday. Beginning...
Norfolk District awards $20.3 million contract for Sandbridge Beach storm protection
Although not even officially summer, the city of Virginia Beach and Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are already preparing for winter. The district has awarded the Sandbridge Hurricane...
Norfolk District awards $40 million aviation maintenance training facility contract
The Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced a $40 million contract awarded yesterday to Virginia-based S.B. Ballard Construction Company to build an aviation maintenance training...
Recycling a key factor in Baltimore District's dismantling of STURGIS floating nuclear power plant
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently completed the safe removal of more than 1.5 million pounds of radioactive material from STURGIS — a WWII Liberty Ship turned into the first floating nuclear...