Jerad McIntyre, a civil engineer with the Special Projects Program, was named the 2015 Emerging Leader for the Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, last month.
Huntsville Center’s Emerging Leader attends Executive Governance Meeting
Jerad McIntyre, a civil engineer with the Special Projects Program, was named the 2015 Emerging Leader for the Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, last month.
Project manager Matthew Morelan watches as contract specialist Jennifer Letson rings a bell after the Utility Monitoring and Control Systems program team awarded the first of the last 75 task orders for the fiscal year. To help build morale, the UMCS team bell will ring after each task order is awarded.
Utility Monitoring and Control Systems
Project manager Matthew Morelan watches as contract specialist Jennifer Letson rings a bell after the Utility Monitoring and Control Systems program team awarded the first of the last 74 task orders for the fiscal year. To help build morale, the UMCS team bell will ring after each task order is awarded.
Robert Jackson, a mechanical engineer at the Huntsville Center, is preparing for his third bodybuilding competition this year: the NPC Alabama State Championship Aug. 29.
Huntsville Center engineer prepares for third bodybuilding competition
Robert Jackson, a mechanical engineer at the Huntsville Center, is preparing for his third bodybuilding competition this year: the NPC Alabama State Championship Aug. 29.
Matt Thompson, chief of the UMCS Project Management Branch, answers contractor questions during the UMCS Technical and Programmatic Support Services (TPSS) MATOC post-award kickoff meeting Aug. 4 at Huntsville Center. Awarded May 21 to five businesses, the new $150 million shared capacity UMCS TPSS MATOC provides customers additional technical and support service capabilities through Huntsville Center's UMCS and Electronic Security Systems programs.
Center kicks off new UMCS support services MATOC
Matt Thompson, chief of the UMCS Project Management Branch, answers questions during the UMCS Technical and Programmatic Support Services MATOC post-award kickoff Aug. 4 at Huntsville Center. Awarded May 21, the new $150 million shared capacity UMCS TPSS MATOC provides customers additional technical and support service capabilities through the UMCS and ESS programs.
Lieutenant Col. Burlin L. Emery, deputy commander of the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville met with Albert “Chip” Marin, director of the Huntsville Center’s Installation Support and Programs Management Directorate and ISPM division chiefs, for an inbrief on ISPMs mission. Emery has been visiting Huntsville Center’s numerous directorates and small offices since his arrival to better understand its diverse mission.
Huntsville Center welcomes new deputy commander
Lieutenant Col. Burlin L. Emery, deputy commander of the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville met with Albert “Chip” Marin, director of the Huntsville Center’s Installation Support and Programs Management Directorate and ISPM division chiefs, for an inbrief on ISPMs mission. Emery has been visiting Huntsville Center’s numerous directorates and small offices since his arrival to better understand its diverse mission.
Congratulations to Huntsville's Center's August Employee of the Month Laura Lokey-Flippo.
Our Employee of the Month
Congratulations to Huntsville's Center's August Employee of the Month Laura Lokey-Flippo.
Using a Huntsville Center Utility Energy Services Contract to leverage third-party financing for energy conservation infrastructure upgrades is paying big dividends for the Intelligence Community Campus in Bethesda, Maryland.
Third-party acquisition tools allow agencies to do more with reduced budgets
Using a Huntsville Center Utility Energy Services Contract to leverage third-party financing for energy conservation infrastructure upgrades is paying big dividends for the Intelligence Community Campus in Bethesda, Maryland.

Latest News Stories

Huntsville Center’s Emerging Leader attends Executive Governance Meeting

Jerad McIntyre, a civil engineer with the Special Projects Program, was named the 2015 Emerging Leader for the Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, last month.
Published: 8/20/2015

Huntsville Center engineer prepares for third bodybuilding competition

Robert Jackson, a Dothan, Alabama, native, now currently a mechanical engineer at the Huntsville Center, is preparing for his third competition this year: the NPC Alabama State Championship Aug. 29.
Published: 8/12/2015

Employees build strong ties with community

While most U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville projects usually
Published: 8/10/2015

Huntsville Center welcomes new deputy commander

The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville welcomed its newest deputy commander, Lt. Col. Burlin L. Emery July 20.
Published: 8/7/2015

Third-party acquisition tools allow agencies to do more with reduced budgets

Using a Utility Energy Services Contract through Huntsville Center to leverage third-party financing for energy conservation infrastructure upgrades is paying big dividends for the Intelligence Community Campus in Bethesda, Maryland.
Published: 7/31/2015

Mentoring takes root, bears fruit at Huntsville Center

Traditionally, mentoring is a one-on-one connection between a younger worker and an older mentor who
Published: 7/30/2015

Mooneyham named USACE’s Interior Designer of the Year

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently announced an Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville professional as the 2015 Interior Designer of the Year. Patricia Mooneyham, a chief in the Interior Design Section, will be presented the award in August here at the Center.
Published: 7/30/2015

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USACE releases guidance for implementing facility cybersecurity requirements into projects

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has released initial guidance for implementing facility-related cybersecurity requirements into all USACE-executed projects to help ensure USACE consistently delivers its customer cyber secure facilities.
Published: 8/21/2015

Army issues notice of intent to award for Fort Campbell solar project

Huntsville Center, working with the U.S. Army Garrison – Fort Campbell, Kentucky, today issued a notice of intent to award to BITHENERGY for a 3.1MW Solar array Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) that will complete the installation’s requirement for a 5MW solar array.
Published: 7/29/2015

$48 million Facilities Reduction Program contract awarded

Seven businesses were awarded a Multiple Award Task Order (MATOC), Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite
Published: 6/30/2015

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