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Archive: 2016
  • November

    Corps works with city to restore Grand Haven Harbor

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District and the City of Grand Haven are working in
  • CRREL’s Capt. Marut awarded Army Achievement Medal

    The U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s Cold Regions Research and Engineering
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers biologist shows value of fieldwork in higher education

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers boasts a highly educated staff. In the Buffalo District alone, employees collectively have over 60 different types of certifications, more than 30 master’s degrees, and four doctorate degrees. Buffalo District biologist Kathleen Buckler recently obtained a Master of Science degree in Wetland Ecology from SUNY Brockport and is already using her education on the job.
  • Resource Efficiency Managers workshop provides tips on energy savings resources

    Resource efficiency managers from various organizations attended a workshop held Nov. 17-18 by the Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville at the Davidson Center for Space Exploration.
  • NY District Environmental Residency teams with U.S. EPA to clean up contamination

    The New York District, headquartered in Lower Manhattan, is abuzz with activity, carrying out multiple missions at any one time (some highly visible), with nearly 350 people in Lower Manhattan office. But there’s another dimension of the District’s work that’s less visible: Contributions from staff in field offices spread across 26,500 square miles of NY, NJ, CT, MA and VT. One is the New Jersey Area Environmental Residency 30 miles south of New York City in East Brunswick, NJ, charged with remediating Superfund sites on behalf of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).