The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Division serves as USACE’s tip of the spear in one of the most dynamic construction environments in the world, STRENGTHENING PARTNERSHIPS, BUILDING CAPACITY, and ENHANCING SECURITY for our nation, allies, and partners. 

We deliver agile, responsive, and innovative, design, construction, engineering and contingency solutions in support of U.S. Central Command, U.S. Special Operations Command and other global partners to advance national security interests.

News Stories

  • November

    Center’s OMEE contract keeps Walter Reed running

    The Operation and Maintenance Engineering Enhancement (OMEE) Program at the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, provides a simplified process to respond to the growing operation and maintenance needs of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center using streamlined processes that delivers low-cost, quick- response contracts for the operation, preventive maintenance, and repair and replacement of equipment for the sprawling campus.
  • Following His Own Road

    It’s a long road from private to lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army, a road filled with highs and lows, twists and turns. For Lt. Col. Joshua Haynes, it’s also been a road traveled with the help of family, friends and mentorships.
  • Gatewood leaves behind a legacy of dedication and selflessness

    The novelist James Lane Allen is attributed with saying, "Adversity does not build character; it reveals it." The famous evangelist Billy Graham once said before his own death, "Some day our journey through this life will be over, and we will embark on another journey-one that will last forever."
  • D.C. Drift Team Maintains Waterways and Century-Old Tidal Basin Gates

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District’s Potomac and Anacostia Rivers Drift Collection and Removal Unit operates out of dock facilities adjacent to the Washington, DC, Navy Yard and conducts drift removal operations on a year-round basis.
  • USACE temporary housing team lays groundwork for those displaced by Maui wildfires

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers received a $1.9 million Federal Emergency Management Agency mission assignment Oct. 28 to provide conceptual design for temporary housing sites. Once a design is approved, USACE will prepare the sites for FEMA to install the units. The units will house those displaced by the Aug. 8 wildfires that destroyed more than 2,000 properties on Maui.