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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, is putting the finishing touches on a state-of-the-art 381,000-square-foot SAOF that will provide the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command a consolidated administrative facility to well-equip them for future operations.
New York District Commander Col. Thomas Asbery explains an item to a visitor in front of the District's display booth at City of Water Day July 13, 2019. The large poster boards, as seen in photo, attracted hundreds of visitors.
Lt. Col. David C. Park made remarks during a July 12, 2019 Change of Command ceremony. Park assumed command of the USACE Philadelphia District from LTC Kristen Dahle and became the 60th commander in the District's 153 year history.
Norfolk City Manager Doug Smith and Col. Patrick Kinsman, commander of Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, sign the Norfolk Coastal Storm Risk Management design agreement at the Waterfield Building on Fort Norfolk, Virginia, June 28, 2019.
Maj. Gen. Jeffrey L. Milhorn, commander of the North Atlantic Division, presented LTC Kristen Dahle with a Meritorious Service Medal prior to a Change of Command ceremony. Dahle served as Commander of the USACE Philadelphia District from 2017-2019.
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

North Atlantic region Army engineers receive new commander
7/15/2020 UPDATED
Brig. Gen. Thomas J. Tickner became the 58th commanding general and division engineer of the North Atlantic Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, during a change of command ceremony today at the...
Justification and Approval Threshold for 8(a) Contracts changes
The Office of the Under Secretary of Defense-Acquisitions and Sustainment released a memo today regarding class justifications for procurements.Effective immediately, for procurements valued at $100...
Army Corps of Engineers modifying operations at recreation areas due to Coronavirus
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) announced today that it has begun the orderly shutdown of all USACE-managed campgrounds to protect against the further spread of coronavirus disease 2019...

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

Memo from the Director of Contracting re: COVID-19
For USACE Contractors, As the Director of Contracting for the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, I wanted to personally reach out to all of you and let you know that we are actively monitoring the...
Norfolk District begins James River dredging
NORFOLK, Va. – James River Federal Navigation Project engineers are ramping up efforts to minimize shoaling effects and improve safe navigation along Central Virginia’s winding watershed. Norfolk...
A facility for a dynamic future — Army Corps delivers high-tech space for intelligence command
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, is putting the finishing touches on a state-of-the-art 381,000-square-foot Secure Administrative/Operations Facility (SAOF) on Fort Belvoir that...
Army Corps’ New York District inspires Army Cadets to be engineers
A battle handover is a coordinated operation between two units in a battle that transfers responsibility for fighting an enemy force from one unit to the other, while maintaining continuity of the...