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  • June

    Craney Island aerial mosquito treatment pushed to midweek

    Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers rescheduled today's aerial mosquito treatment over federal property on Craney Island to Wednesday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Corps employees develop debris removal device for safer fish passage at Little Goose Dam

    WALLA WALLA, WA – Two Corps employees at Little Goose Lock and Dam created a device that removed debris blockages within the dam.
  • REM’s exceed energy savings goals for the Army Reserve

    With 579 facilities totaling more than 10 million square feet of facility space, Rachel Kemper, REM for the U.S. Army Reserve’s 88th Readiness Division, headquartered on Fort McCoy, Wis., continues to deliver the program and exceeded energy savings goals for the 88th RD throughout the COVID-19 crisis.
  • Marker highlights historical relevance of navigation lock

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 24, 2020) – The city of Nashville unveiled a historical marker today at the site of a navigation lock that went operational in 1907 to tame the Cumberland River, but where only remnants of its stonework remain visible on the shoreline.
  • District holds virtual preconstruction conference for West Basin Scour repairs

    Learning to love virtual meetings and conferences in the age of COVID-19 is a challenge that takes adaptability, professionalism, and a keen focus on the task at hand. That’s what the Caruthersville Area Office team learned on June 19 as they worked through a few technical issues to successfully host the West Basin Scour Repair project virtual preconstruction conference with contractor SYTE Corporation. Despite the occasional virtual meeting technical issue and COVID-19 working conditions, Memphis District team members continue to successfully execute the largest program in the District’s history. A part of this program is the West Basin Scour Repair Project, Phase 3 which will repair three scour site locations along the right descending bank of the West Basin Levee, Headwater Diversion Channel in Bollinger County, Mo. The contractor, SYTE Corporation, will stabilize the scour locations with rip-rap in order to restore the channel to pre-flood conditions. This is Phase 3 of 5 planned scour repair projects designed to protect the West Basin Levee.