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  • March

    Corps completes MARB firing range project

    MARCH AIR RESERVE BASE, Calif.--The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District completed construction of a new indoor small-arms firing range. Rep. Ken Calvert, along with Corps, base and local community officials, celebrated the milestone during a ribbon cutting ceremony here March 10.
  • Nashville District, Hydroelectric Design Center charged to assess switchyards

    In this endeavor, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District is partnering with Hydroelectric Design Center experts on the first two switchyard assessments at Cordell Hull and Center Hill Lakes. The district then plans to finish the remaining assessments, but will rely on HDC to perform a technical review of findings. HDC will also provide additional quality assurance oversight, and help shape options and recommendations on possible replacement and upgrades of structures, equipment and technology.
  • USACE Middle East District has two honored at Black Engineer of the Year conference

    Lt. Col. Anthony P. Mitchell and Tamika W. McDowell possess characteristics of excellence and leadership that will attract young people to the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. For their accomplishments with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, they were recognized at the annual Black Engineer of the Year STEM conference in Philadelphia.
  • ERDC-GSL’s Rushing to Serve on TRB Technical Committee

    ERDC Geotechnical and Structures Laboratory’s (GSL) John Rushing, a research civil engineer, was recently invited to serve a three-year term on the TRB Committee on Pavement Preservation.
  • ERDC-CHL U.S. Army R&D Model Development Chapter for Military Aspects of Hydrogeology Book

    ERDC’s Coastal Hydraulics Laboratory (CHL) staff contributed a chapter to the English Geological Society, Special Publication 2012, v.362; Military Aspects of Hydrogeology published in January.