Mobile District’s first and only Certified Emergency Manager® (CEM®) Ashley Leflore reported to the district in late December 2015 as an emergency management specialist. While most people were enjoying the holidays by preparing to bring in the New Year, Leflore was eager to commence her first day of duty with the Mobile District team.
Mobile District's first Certified Emergency Manager®
Mobile District’s first and only Certified Emergency Manager® (CEM®) Ashley Leflore reported to the district in late December 2015 as an emergency management specialist. While most people were enjoying the holidays by preparing to bring in the New Year, Leflore was eager to commence her first day of duty with the Mobile District team.
Col. Marvin Griffin, commander of the Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (left) and Spencer Davis, a project manager for the Savannah District, update Undersecretary of the Army Patrick Murphy (right) on the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project. The SHEP will deepen the harbor an additional 5 feet to better accommodate larger, post-Panamax container ships.
Undersecretary of the Army visits Savannah District
Col. Marvin Griffin, commander of the Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (left) and Spencer Davis, a project manager for the Savannah District, update Undersecretary of the Army Patrick Murphy (right) on the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project. The SHEP will deepen the harbor an additional 5 feet to better accommodate larger, post-Panamax container ships.
The Charleston District conducted ship simulations at the Engineer Research and Development Center in Vicksburg, Miss. The simulations test the conditions of the current design for the Post 45 harbor deepening project to finalize plans for the future of the harbor.
Ship Simulation Completed for Post 45 Project
The Charleston District conducted ship simulations at the Engineer Research and Development Center in Vicksburg, Miss. The simulations test the conditions of the current design for the Post 45 harbor deepening project to finalize plans for the future of the harbor.
Rehabilitation efforts continue on the Herbert Hoover Dike. The Corps continues work on 32 federal water control structures, also known as culverts, scattered around Lake Okeechobee that are seen as posing the greatest threat to the dike.
Corps remains viligant in managing Lake Okeechobee
Rehabilitation efforts continue on the Herbert Hoover Dike. The Corps continues work on 32 federal water control structures, also known as culverts, scattered around Lake Okeechobee that are seen as posing the greatest threat to the dike.
South Atlantic Division Commander Brigadier General C. David Turner provides youth a 2017 Every Kid in a Park annual pass at Lake Sidney Lanier catfish pond July 27. The visit was part of an Every Kid in a Park (EKIP) initiative, a White House youth effort that grants fourth-grade students and their families free admission to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recreational areas and more than 2,000 federally managed sites nationwide.
Commander and youth talk safety, recreation at Lake Lanier
BUFORD, Ga. – South Atlantic Division Commander Brigadier General C. David Turner joined rangers and volunteers at Lake Sidney Lanier catfish pond July 27 to instruct Atlanta-area children how to be safe in and around water and to fish.

Major Projects

Savannah Harbor

 The Savannah Harbor Expansion Study final report is available at our Savannah District site.

Charleston Harbor

Project documents for the Charleston Harbor Post-45 feasibility study are available at our Charleston District site. 

Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint Master Manual Update

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has released the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) River Basin water control manual and draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for public review. 

Everglades Restoration

Everglades Restoration is made up of a wide variety of ecosystem restoration projects which seek to recreate environmental conditions of 100 years ago. More information at our Jacksonville site.

 

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