The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Division provides design, construction execution and related engineering services in direct support to U.S. Central Command and other activities within the USCENTCOM area of responsibility to establish the conditions for regional security and stability; and enables the U.S. Special Operations Command global construction program through centralized planning/programming on behalf of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Enterprise.

Partnership in Action

Working alongside our Mission Partners, both stateside and abroad, is an opportunity and privilege. We listen to our partners to ensure we are doing what is right for each program and project, reaching for success at all levels. 

Through mutual cooperation, transparent communication and hard work, we achieve our partner’s goals over the life of the project and simultaneously build lasting relationships that build the foundations of not just our future but the future of our nation and our allied partner nations.

We focus on three vital areas:

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We embrace emerging engineering & technology challenges, maintaining and retaining our core competencies while demonstrating innovation and agility. 
 

We work in a dynamic challenging environment. We remain aware of the changes in our partner’s environment to ensure we are doing all we can to reach project success while maintaining excellent stakeholder communication, customer service and project safety. 

The heart and backbone of the Transatlantic Division is its workforce. Providing training, education, professional development and mentoring programs, treating all with dignity and respect and developing incentive programs to recruit and maintain employees ensures we maintain a diverse, innovative, flexible, competent and engaged workforce. 

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WHAT WE DO:

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has six focused mission areas: Civil works, Military Missions, Environmental, Emergency Operations, Research and Development, Sustainability. The Transatlantic Division primarily focuses on three aspects of these mission areas:

MILITARY MISSIONS: Support our Combatant Commands to achieve our DoD security objectives and advance our Nation’s interests around the globe. Provide programmatic policy and management of the worldwide military construction programs as a designated DoD construction agent.

CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS: Conduct emergency response and disaster relief activities using a whole-of-government approach. Respond to presidential disaster declarations, plus numerous state and local emergencies. Collaborate with other military elements and Federal agencies in support of state and local efforts.

INTERNATIONAL & INTERAGENCY: Integrate capabilities and expertise across the organization to enable our international and interagency partners to focus on their primary mission goals and objectives. Leverage our global presence, unique authorities, enduring relationships, and enterprise processes to deliver scalable solutions at home and abroad.

HOW WE DO IT:

The Transatlantic Division utilizes the "E3" construct of Engage, Execute and Evolve by defining three strategic priorities that provide our framework for how we will accomplish our overall mission. The first two strategies focus on actions external to the Division, while the third strategy focuses internally. They are defined as:

ENGAGE: Focus on developing collaborative and cooperative partnerships and solutions with our many stakeholders throughout the AOR.

EXECUTE: Actualize our mission delivery processes to meet our stakeholders' expectations; complete our projects on time and within budget.

EVOLVE: Implement strategies and actions to remain an enduring, relevant organization capable of responding to changing conditions and future expeditionary contingency missions. Scale and shape our workforce to provide the right people for the mission at hand.