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News Stories

  • November

    American Sign Language (ASL) Lunch and Learn

    Fred Miller, case manager for the deaf with the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB), demonstrates a sign during an American Sign Language (ASL) Lunch and Learn at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District headquarters building in Mobile, Alabama, Nov. 7, 2023
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Great Lakes and Ohio River Division to migrate district websites to streamline information

    Great Lakes and Ohio River Division is scheduled to migrate their seven districts public websites to in an effort to streamline information and make content more user friendly & accessible.
  • Innovation leads to productive season for safety upgrade at Moose Creek Dam

    With the onset of winter, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Alaska District capped off a successful summer by doubling its progress from last year to build a cement barrier wall in the center of the dam. The safety improvement project is now about halfway complete as the team works to reinforce 4.7 miles of the 8-mile-long earthen structure.
  • Headwaters Highlights: Shenango River Lake team works year-round to improve federal lands

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District constructed Shenango River Lake to reduce flooding, save lives and protect property. However, in the years since, the dam, reservoir and federal lands have become a major hotspot for outdoor recreation.
  • Getting to Yes with EWN Interactive Training

    Learning to get to “Yes,” was one of the goals of San Francisco District’s new Engineering With Nature Interactive Training that 20 personnel from a wide range of interdisciplinary fields participated in Oct. 18 at the District’s headquarters. The participants invested three hours of their day in a conference room divided into project development teams working through a scenario provided by the EWN Planning Team, led by Coastal Engineer Tiffany Cheng, PE.