US Army Corps of Engineers
U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center

  • September

    Redstone solar project moving along

    The solar array project, developed by Redstone Arsenal’s Directorate of Public Works, the Army Office of Energy Initiatives and Huntsville Center’s Energy Division, is the first Power Purchase Agreement project solicited through the renewable and alternative energy Multiple Award Task Order Contract awarded by Huntsville Center.
  • Workshop explores ways to maximize savings under ESPC

    More than 50 government and industry representatives converged at the Bevill Center at the University of Alabama Huntsville Aug. 29 for the first Energy Savings Performance Contracting Measurement and Verification Workshop.The workshop allowed attendees to share information, experiences, and lessons learned on past and on-going ESPC projects.
  • Huntsville Center’s Small Business Forum set for Oct. 18

    Registration is open for Huntsville Center annual Small Business Forum Oct. 18.
  • August

    Huntsville Center welcomes new deputy commander

    The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville welcomes Lt. Col. Hugh Darville as its new deputy commander.
  • Tiller to retire from Huntsville Center after 30-year career

    Human capital specialist Dorothy Tiller to retire after 30-year career with the federal government.
  • Center deputy commander Emery retires after more than 20 years of service

    Although most of his career was spent with the company, battalion and brigade side of Army engineering, Lt. Col. Burlin Emery said one of the greatest challenges he’s had during his Army career was serving as Huntsville Center’s deputy commander since 2015. Emery said his assignment here has also been one of the most rewarding.
  • July

    Benson aids others on wellness journey

    Dee Benson wants you to have a life of longevity filled with great physical and spiritual health. Each Monday and Thursday, here at Huntsville Center, she helps willing coworkers to achieve those goals. Benson, Business Practices Chief in the Business Management Office, leads a lunch time class from 12:30 -1:15 p.m. in the fitness center designed to improve an individual’s physical health.
  • Huntsville Center group gains perspective at Center Hill Dam

    Participants in Huntsville Center’s current Leadership Development Program Level II traveled to Lancaster, Tennessee, to get a closer look at Nashville District’s ongoing rehabilitation project at Center Hill Dam, July 20.
  • Scholarship fund opens doors to space adventure

    Walking across the stage at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center’s Space Camp graduation Friday, the possibilities before the two were endless. Possibilities they might not otherwise have seen growing up in Meadow Bridge, West Virginia, where the population is less than 400, at least a quarter of which lives below the poverty line, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
  • June

    Huntsville Center program supports research laboratory transition

    The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center Huntsville’s Medical Outfitting and Transition Program is assisting the U.S. Army Research Institute of Infectious Diseases relocate into the largest and most complex bio-contamination facility ever designed.
  • Phase II increases Fort Campbell solar array wattage

    A ribbon-cutting ceremony June 9 at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, celebrated the completion of the final phase of Fort Campbell’s 5 megawatt solar array.
  • Fort Riley leaders, partners break ground on energy saving contract

    This first phase of a multi-phased ESPC project at Fort Riley will provide $37,721,463 in facility improvements across 280 buildings.
  • Huntsville Center harnesses technology to retain institutional knowledge

    Huntsville Center harnesses video capture technology to retain institutional knowledge as seasoned employees leave the workforce.
  • Employees receive honors at annual organization day

    Twenty-one Huntsville Center employees received honors during Friday’s Engineer Day awards ceremony and organization day picnic at Monte Sano State Park.
  • Communication system a go at Weed Army Community Hospital Data Center

    Huntsville Center’s Medical Communications Infrastructure & Systems Support (MCIS2) Program is working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District and the Health Facility Planning Agency to ensure facilities-related communications systems and communications infrastructure maintenance and upgrades are installed in the new Weed Army Community Hospital, Fort Irwin, California, before the hospital opens in September.
  • Marin selected to be Huntsville Center's programs director

    Former Installation Support and Programs Management Director Chip Marin selected to be Programs Director at the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville.
  • May

    Huntsville Center’s Braun works to save Mosul Dam

    He’s a member of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with a history of stepping up to lend a hand after American communities face the worst. Now Chad Braun, a civilian civil engineer and senior project engineer with the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, is deployed thousands of miles from home to engage in a fight to prevent the worst from happening.
  • Magazine honors two Huntsville Center engineers

    Consulting-Specifying Engineer magazine named Porscha Porter and Africa Welch-Castle of Huntsville Center's Strategy and Business Management Branch, Energy Division, to receive the 40 Under 40 Award their commitment to excellence in their academic, professional, personal and community involvement.
  • Black belt master champions student success

    Army veteran and emergency management specialist with U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, instructs student of diverse walks in the benefits of tae kwon do.
  • Office of Small Business Programs innovation results in success

    The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville has a team with thorough understanding of federal acquisitions, focusing their expertise and advocating for small businesses to compete for more than 5,000 contract actions, or portions of them, that Huntsville Center solicits annually.