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Huntsville Center’s Furnishings Program provided a full-service project-delivery process to furnish the U.S. Army War College’s new Root Hall at Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania. Root Hall is the USAWC’s educational support space and Huntsville Center’s $5 million project provided furniture for the facility.
Huntsville Center has a new home at Redstone Arsenal as Col. Sebastien Joly, Huntsville Center commander, was joined by Huntsville Center's most tenured employee, Jennifer Cooke, and the Center's newest employee, Chris Boyett, who helped cut the ribbon signifying the opening of Huntsville Center during a ceremony today in the Center's warehouse.
Arthur Martin III, Huntsville Center Programs Director, welcomes attendees to the Energy Resilience and Conservation Investment Program review at Redstone Arsenal, Dec. 5. A subsection of the Department of Defense-wide Military Construction (MILCON) program, ERCIP specifically funds projects saving energy and water, reducing energy costs, and improving energy resilience and security for federal and military stakeholders.
In October, Harry Goradia, HQ USACE engineer, Keith Tyler, HQ USACE resource efficiency manager, Laura Riddle, Huntsville Center UESC project director, Martha Kiene, Fort Belvoir Power Reliability Enhancement Program chief, and Charles Heimer, Huntsville Center REM, manned an exhibit at the Pentagon during Energy Action Month to bring awareness to available programs that reduce energy cost and consumption.
Huntsville Center’s Operation and Maintenance Engineering Enhancement (OMEE) Program provides operation and maintenance of these back-up generators that provide power to critical facilities and equipment in the event of a power failure at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland.
Contractors oversee the operation of an Active Vehicle Barrier system at Fort Sill, Oklahoma early last year. The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville Access Control Program, working closely with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Protective Design Center (PDC) at Omaha District, is modernizing ACP systems to to ensure they continue meeting federal and Department of Defense standards for safety and security.

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Center program furnishes Army War College academic facility
Huntsville Furnishings Program procures administrative, barracks, lodging and educational furnishings for various federal agencies worldwide...
Ribbon cut on new Huntsville Center on Redstone Arsenal
The new 205,000 square foot facility is located on Redstone Gateway’s Secured Gateway area behind the Arsenal’s Main Gate 9 on Rideout Road...
Program review ensures ERCIP moving forward
The ERCIP program review is key for the project execution after Headquarters USACE assigned Louisville District the mission in 2022 of providing program management and construction contract management...
Huntsville Center, HQ USACE represent at Pentagon energy event
Energy Action Month is a federal government-wide program that promotes sustainability and energy efficiency, while encouraging the smart use of energy, water, and transportation resources...

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Huntsville Center awards $45 Million ERCIP Architectural/Engineering services contract ahead of schedule
This acquisition will support energy resilience efforts and assist the U.S. Army in adhering to energy savings mandates. This acquisition will support energy resilience efforts and assist the U.S...
Huntsville Center awards $800 million Aqueous Film Forming Foam support services contract
The objective of the AFFF Support Services MATOC is to procure services for the removal and disposal of AFFF from various installations and replace with a new military specification (MIL-SPEC) due to...
Huntsville Center Energy Workshop set with focus on third party finance, utility services contracting
The focus of the workshop is on Huntsville Center’s capabilities in the Energy Savings Performance Contracting (ESPC) and Utility Energy Services Contracting (UESC) programs. This year's theme as...
Huntsville Center awards $28 million Office of Energy Initiatives task order ahead of schedule
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering and Support Center Huntsville awarded the U.S. Army Office of Energy Initiatives Energy Support Services Generation Five (OEI V) requirement for...
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