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  • October

    Six years later, Army Corps remains Sandy focused

    At the same time the North Atlantic Division has supported U.S. Army Corps of Engineers response and recovery efforts following recent major storm events elsewhere in the United States, it has remained intensely focused on Superstorm Sandy repair, restoration and risk-reduction projects in the northeast six years since that major weather event.
  • April

    Army Corps on schedule for Hurricane Sandy fixes

    ARNEWS: Hurricane Sandy Operations and Maintenance Program more than 70 percent completed and on schedule.
  • Norfolk beach expansion combats sea-level rise

    Mayor Paul Fraim and other city of Norfolk leaders joined Col. Paul Olsen, Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers commander, along Ocean View Beach to sign a historic project partnership agreement that lays the foundation for construction of a coastal storm damage reduction project.
  • October

    Army Corps makes great strides during Two Years of Coastal Restoration following Sandy

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers made great strides and progress on its projects that were authorized and funded following Hurricane Sandy. The planning, projects and programs were vital, and several milestones were accomplished by several disciplined group of individuals and teams that used their expertise to successfully accomplish this critical mission.
  • August

    Top Army Civil Works Leaders Visit New York City Coastal Projects

    Lt. Gen. Thomas P. Bostick, the Commanding General of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers made a visit to New York City August 19-21, 2013.
  • October

    Waterfield Building reopens Oct. 30

    The Norfolk District's Waterfield Building will open for normal operations Tuesday, Oct. 30. Liberal leave is authorized. High tide is expected at 10 a.m. tomorrow morning and may cause some localized flooding and travel concerns. Please time your commute appropriately.