Archive: November, 2017
  • November

    Best Place to Work in USACE Award

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters and every district in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Great Lakes and Ohio River Division received "Best Place to Work in USACE Award" certificates at a conference in Pittsburgh, Pa.
  • Huntington District Regulatory Division lends a helping hand to Jacksonville District

    Project managers Cecil Cox and Kayla Adkins recently volunteered to assist the Fort Myers regulatory field office with a few extra sets of hands for disaster recovery. The Jacksonville District manages the largest regulatory program in the Corps, with jurisdiction over the geographic area of Florida, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. This includes freshwater habitats as well as saltwater habitats that provide homes to the West Indian manatee, Florida panther, wood stork, and multiple other fish/snake/bird species.
  • Burnsville Lake Bryozoans

    Have you ever noticed a mass similar to the one pictured below in Burnsville Lake? These are commonly mistaken for fish eggs, but they are actually a colony of microscopic aquatic organisms, Bryozoans.
  • Project Manager Mike Barbour talks about his experience assisting with Task Force Power Restoration in Puerto Rico

    Project Manager Mike Barbour from the USACE Huntington District talks about his experience at Task Force Power Restoration in Puerto Rico. He was interviewed on Nov. 8, 2017. (Video by Dr. Michael Izard-Carroll)
  • Task Force Power Restore

    The USACE Task Force Power Restore GIS Team, which includes Huntington's Craig Ashby, coordinates with Puerto Rico Electric Power Association (PREPA) to catalog locations of transmission, sub transmission, and distribution. The team's efforts have been and will continue to be crucial to communication, coordination, and line status reporting among the USACE and PREPA response.