• June

    Huntsville Center awarded Army Safety Star

    The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville became the first U.S. Army Corps of Engineers organization to earn the Army’s prestigious Safety and Occupational Health Star during an award ceremony at the Center on Wednesday, June 15.
  • Like father, like daughter

    Russell Dunford, U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville Business Practice Division Chief, traveled to the mountains of Colorado for his daughter’s graduation May 25 from the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado. A graduate of Huntsville High School, AnnMarie “Annie” Dunford entered the Academy in 2018, alongside 1,434 other cadets. Annie was among the 973 who graduated, making her the first in the Dunford family to graduate from a service academy and one of 6039 women to have graduated since 1976, the first year women were admitted into military service academies.
  • REM workshop assists with prioritizing work according to policy

    The Resource Efficiency Managers in attendance are all contracted “employees” whose sole purpose is improving their assigned installation’s energy programs by identifying projects and practices to reduce energy and water costs.
  • May

    HNC’s command strategic review focuses on collaboration, transparency

    The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville collaborated with top U.S. Army Corps of Engineers leadership during the Center’s command strategic review May 24-25.
  • Energy program saves money, resources for USACE districts

    Huntsville Center’s Energy Savings Performance Contract program has been reducing energy use and water consumption at military installations since the mid-1990s. Over the last several years, the ESPC has also developed contracts to support U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works programs around the country.
  • Huntsville Center oversees the destruction of the last remaining VX nerve agent

    The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, served as engineering and construction oversight for the Program Executive Office Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives for the duration of this project and continues to maintain a role in ongoing facility reconfigurations.
  • Medical Facilities chief completes prestigious Harvard leadership program

    Tony Travia, the senior healthcare engineer in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, was the only USACE employee selected to attend the 2022 John F. Kennedy School of Government Senior Executive Fellows program.
  • USACE, Huntsville Center sees aviation mission growth

    Aviation operations is based on USACE Aviation policy, standards, training and oversight support which resides within Headquarters USACE Aviation and Remote Systems.
  • USACE hosts career fair for Historically Black Colleges and Universities

    Representatives from the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville spoke to students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) about the Center’s numerous career opportunities during a virtual career fair and exposition hosted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
  • Huntsville Center’s small business program takes Army award

    The win recognizes Huntsville Center as a leader within the Army and USACE in removing barriers faced by underserved individuals and communities as prime awards to Small Disadvantaged Businesses exceeded $358 million for fiscal year 2021.
  • April

    Validation team meeting climate change criteria changes

    The ERCIP validation team is opening any Fiscal 2024 projects that don’t have carbon free solutions and updating the projects to fulfill the criteria.
  • March

    HNC provides Electronic Security support to National Guard

    After two decades of witnessing the outstanding support provided by the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, the National Guard Bureau has chosen the Center for its Electronic Security Systems needs.
  • Half Century of Excellence

    Walters, a safety and occupational specialist and technical manager for recovered chemical warfare materials for the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, is saying goodbye this month to the program he was instrumental in creating when he began his civilian career in 1992.
  • February

    Safety Office provides training, equipment for medical emergencies

    Huntsville Center’s Safety Office is actively taking steps to decrease the risk of an unfavorable outcome for medical emergencies occurring at the Center by ensuring employees have access to the correct equipment and training, establishing emergency protocols, and training first aid attendants to serve in all facilities.
  • January

    MLK Day: “A day on, never a day off”

    Each year on the third Monday of January, we observe and reflect on the work of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and how his sacrifices, goodwill and perseverance blazed the trail for civil rights and racial equity in America.
  • ISPM honors Thompson with 2021 Difference Maker Award

    Daphne Thompson, who has worked at Huntsville Center since January 2009, received the Installation Support and Program Management Directorate’s 2021 Difference Maker Award during an awards presentation in December.
  • December

    Huntsville Center engineer’s son heading to Naval Academy

    Although Kenny Hall has always excelled in football, his father, Ray Hall, a Huntsville Center engineer, coached his only child academically for a top-notch education.
  • Supercomputer procurement streamlined after process review

    The change streamlines the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville’s High Performance Computing Program’s process to procure supercomputing systems for its stakeholders.
  • Certification program leads to academic degree for project manager

    Jesus Ramirez, Program Manager with Huntsville Center’s Fuels Program, recently completed a certification program that not only enhances Ramirez’ ability to contribute to Huntsville Center’s mission, but also added an academic degree to his accomplishments.
  • Huntsville Center recognized for small business inclusion

    The Center won in four U.S Army Corps of Engineers’ small business categories top dollar awards for Fiscal 2021.