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A Huntsville Center contracting officer and program manager accept a Federal Energy Management Program award at a ceremony at the National Archives in Washington D.C. Nov. 2. During the ceremony, the Federal Energy Management Program recognized a Center project expected to reduce the Defense Intelligence Agency Bethesda Maryland campus’ energy use by about 47 percent and save the agency more than $1 million annually. From left; Dr. Timothy Unruh, Department of Energy deputy assistant secretary for renewable power for the office of energy efficiency and renewable energy, Col. Jason Smallfield, Army Engineer Regiment, Barbara Osterkamp, Huntsville Center contracting officer, Lisa Harris, Huntsville Center UESC program manager, Natoya Miller, Defense Intelligence Agency, Phil Smith, Honeywell International Inc., Leslie Nicholls, Acting Director, DOE/FEMP and Ed Miller and Eric James, Washington Gas Light Co.
Huntsville Center’s UESC Program Receives Federal Energy and Water Management Award
2/15/2018 2:33:00 PM
John Lewis, third from right, describes a training site layout to Col. John Hurley, commander of the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, and Huntsville Center Program Director Albert “Chip” Marin, during the leaders’ Jan. 11 visit to Redstone Arsenal. Accompanying them, from left to right, are Bill Sargent, director of Huntsville Center’s Ordnance and Explosives Directorate; Roger Young, project manager with APTIM; Jason Watson, Redstone environmental site manager; and Ashley Roeske, project manager with Huntsville Center’s Chemical/Biological Warfare Materiel Division.
Munitions site removal project makes progress
2/12/2018 11:31:00 AM
John Lewis, left, describes a training site layout to Col. John Hurley, commander of the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, during Hurley’s Jan. 11 visit to Redstone Arsenal. The training site is set up to simulate upcoming operations during which teams are slated to investigate and remove suspected World War II-era chemical warfare materiel.
Munitions site removal project makes progress
2/12/2018 11:31:00 AM
Valerie Clinkenbeard, the acquisition liaison manager for Huntsville Center, is the most recent recipient of the Department of Defense’s Individual Achievement Award in Facilities Engineering.
Huntsville Center employee earns DOD-level honors
2/9/2018 4:40:00 PM
Col. John Hurley, commander of the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, signs up for the 2018 Commander’s Fitness Challenge at the organization’s Wellness Center. Next to Hurley are members of the Huntsville Center Wellness Committee.
2018 Commander's Fitness Challenge
2/9/2018 4:21:00 PM
Due to possible inclement weather, Huntsville Center's government  employees are authorized Liberal Leave or AtHoc Telework for Tuesday, Jan. 16. Employees must gain approval from their supervisor.
Liberal Leave
1/15/2018 7:53:00 PM
The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, is scheduled to host its Martin Luther King Jr. and Unity Day celebrations Jan. 23 at 10 a.m. in the Huntsville Center Cafeteria.
MLK Jr. Day, Unity Day celebrations set for Jan. 23
1/11/2018 4:04:00 PM
Aaron Renfro, a Huntsville Center employee who serves as the construction lead at the Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant in Richmond, Kentucky, recently earned his Certified Construction Manager designation.
Public Affairs Specialist
1/5/2018 3:41:00 PM
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