• July

    Data management solutions team wins USACE innovation award

    A Huntsville Center team was recognized for developing data management solutions and data visualization tools for project management
  • Huntsville Center leads USACE in safety

    According to the results of its stage 3 assessment in June, Huntsville Center has met 94 percent of the new system’s total capabilities, making it the only USACE district to see green on almost all CE-SOHMS objectives, said Marty Werdebaugh, CE-SOHMS national program manager.
  • Huntsville supercomputer team provides cradle-to-grave procurement

    Huntsville Center’s High Performance Computing team was created in 2012 to provide cradle-to grave procurement of supercomputers specifically for the HPCMP, but they are expanding their reach to offer their critical program-management and contract-support services to all government agencies. They are currently the only execution team within the DOD that has three major acquisition vehicles in place to provide key supercomputing deliverables in a cost-effective and efficient manner.
  • June

    Collaboration delivers speedy resolution to pipeline leak

    The Fuels Program at the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, is coordinating with Defense Logistics Agency Energy’s leak detection program to streamline process and better align responsibilities to save money and improve customer support.
  • Pre-Award Team named best contracting team in Army Corps of Engineers

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 2021 Excellence in Contracting Awards Program recognized the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center Pre-Award Division with the Team of the Year Award.
  • Huntsville Veteran: ‘Army heritage is all about family’

    When Jose Santoscruz left his home in Puerto Rico at only 20 years old, he didn’t know he would find family spread out all over the United States, Europe and even the Middle East. But that’s exactly what happened, he said, when he enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1978 and formed lifelong bonds with the men and women serving alongside him.
  • Planning and Programming Support branch wins national awards

    Huntsville Center’s Planning and Programming Support Branch’s worldwide mission provides cost-effective, centralized planning solutions while developing comprehensive installation and facility planning studies, programming/cost-estimating documentation, and a variety of unique studies for federal clients.
  • Employees recognized for commitment to safety

    A few employees who have gone above and beyond in their support of Huntsville Center’s safety program were recognized during a small, in-person awards ceremony June 7.
  • Resource managers improving efficiency at Ansbach during pandemic

    Both REMs were ready to tackle the two most important and immediate project needs for Murillo: Energy Savings Performance Contract and the Installation Energy and Water Plan.
  • May

    New USACE Learning Center opens doors for in-person classes

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Learning Center is now offering in-person instruction for mission-critical courses at its new location at Redstone Gateway. The center, which provides technical and professional training for USACE and other government agencies, moved from the Bevill Center at The University of Alabama in Huntsville to the first floor of Building 100 Secured Gateway in March. However, all classes were held virtually until May due to COVID-19 restrictions.
  • Virtual workshop attendees still see benefits, receive resource efficiency manager-community support

    Attendees included U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Department of Energy Federal Energy Management Program staff, garrison energy managers and REMs and contractor management.
  • Fuels Program delivers cost-saving services to Anderson AFB

    Guam may be a tropical island paradise for residents and visitors, but its warm climate and salty, humid air wreak havoc on fuel infrastructure at military installations on the island. In order to proactively combat this problem and protect vital fuel systems at Anderson Air Force Base, the U.S. Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Energy have teamed up with the installation to provide ongoing maintenance that ultimately prevent costly large-scale corrective repairs.
  • April

    Huntsville Center, USACE Aviation supports Army Geospatial Research Laboratory for Redstone Arsenal Unmanned Aircraft Systems flights

    Data collected from the UAS flights is used by Soldiers within the IVAS environment to gain a greater understanding and knowledge of the terrain before executing a mission and without having to physically move into an area.
  • Huntsville Center energy savings contract extends smart infrastructure, energy efficiency, resiliency for Dyess Air Force Base

    The Air Force base will upgrade to newer energy efficiency systems for cooling, heating, lighting and water conservation while simultaneously incorporating enhanced resiliency with new on base power generation and storage capabilities.
  • March

    Energy savings contract revitalizes airfield

    In 2019 Huntsville Center awarded a fully funded $5.4 million modification to the contract’s task order to improve mission readiness and secure infrastructure by upgrading lighting and replacing decades- old wiring on Fort Knox’s Godman Army Airfield.
  • Energy program leads to Fort Riley energy efficiency award

    The $62.5 million in infrastructure improvements provides annual energy savings of $4.3 million, 8 percent greater than the guaranteed savings.
  • Lanier named Modern-Day Technology Leader

    Mike Lanier, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project director and team lead for the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville Medical Facilities Center of Expertise and Standardization, was named a Modern-Day Technology Leader at the 2021 Black Engineer of the Year Awards.
  • February

    Huntsville Center spotlights engineering during National Engineers Week

    The annual observance is a time to celebrate how engineers make a difference in the world, increase public dialogue about the need for engineers, bring engineering to life for students, and ensure a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce.
  • A Celebration of Black History

    Annually, we celebrate Black History Month to commemorate and acknowledge the critical role African Americans have played in shaping American culture and ideals. As America continues to confront its past, we must continue to affirm, celebrate, and honor African Americans' resiliency. Carter G. Woodson, a Harvard-trained historian, believed that truth could not be denied and that reason would prevail over prejudice.
  • Huntsville Center CIS2 program supports Fort Worth District’s U.S. Army North renovation project

    The CIS2 program worked in concert with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Fort Worth District. The district is renovating several floors of U.S. Army North's Building 44 including the installation of Facility Communication Distribution Systems.