• March

    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.
  • December

    Huntsville Center medical program works first VA project

    Huntsville Center’s Medical Initial Outfitting and Transition program awarded its first IO&T project for the Department of Veterans Affairs.
  • Huntsville Center provides security expertise for new U.S. Army Museum

    When the National Museum of the United States Army opened its doors for the first time, visitors and museum personnel could rest assured that the priceless artifacts and displays would be safe and secure thanks to the security-systems expertise of employees at the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville.
  • November

    Huntsville Center contracting officer completes top USACE leadership program

    The USACE Executive Leadership Development Program is the top tier of a three-tier program designed to develop results-oriented leaders with the critical skills needed to lead change in complex environments. Applicants to the yearlong course must be at the GS-13 level or above and are selected based on their potential for continued accomplishments and future success.
  • October

    Army surgeon general recognizes Huntsville Center medical division

    Lt. Gen. R. Scott Dingle, who assumed command of the U.S. Army Medical Command in June, praised the team for ensuring Army Medicine provides safe, evidence-based environments of care for the Army’s top priority – its people.
  • Huntsville Center participates in virtual small business forum

    More than 350 participants, mostly small- business owners and business representatives from across the country, logged in to learn about Huntsville Center’s more than 40 programs and upcoming acquisitions.
  • National Disability Employment Awareness Month promotes 'Increasing Access and Opportunity'

    “Emphasis should be on the point that people with disabilities are typically creative problem solvers; they must be able to navigate a world historically designed for people without disabilities,” noted Jennifer Sheehy, deputy assistant secretary, of the Army’s Office of Disability Employment Policy.
  • Army Corps' Huntsville Center closes out FY20 virtually, completes $2.4B in contract actions for global stakeholders

    The $2.4 billion in contract actions increased not only Department of Defense readiness and effectiveness through global medical facility renovations and modernization, resilient power and water utilities projects, military training facility updates and cyber security programs aimed at strengthening our nation’s defenses, it also provided vital support to ongoing federal, state and local programs and projects aimed at improving and increasing our nation’s health and safety during the continued response to the coronavirus pandemic.
  • September

    Huntsville Center supports Army’s Smart Barracks Initiative

    The initiative will strive to modernize Soldier barracks by applying innovations and best practices in smart technology, cyber and physical security, energy systems, and quality-of-life improvements for the Soldiers who call these facilities their home.
  • If you build it, they will come

    The DD Form 1391 assists users in preparing, submitting, reviewing, correcting, printing and archiving DD Forms 1391 and related data, in accordance with Army Regulation 420-1.
  • August

    Facilities Reduction Program continues to deliver the program through virtual contracting

    Even programs that generally require intensive on-site visits are finding innovative solutions to maintain the high level of quality expected of Huntsville Center. One example is the Facilities Reduction Program (FRP), which provides contracting services and oversight of projects to eliminate excess facilities and structures at installations across the country, ultimately leading to a reduction in fixed installation costs and an increase in energy savings.
  • Corps of Engineers participating in virtual National Safety Stand-Down 2020

    Originally scheduled for May 4-8, the event is rescheduled for Sept. 14 -18. USACE is expanding on OSHA’s efforts to include fall prevention in the workplace to encompass all elements of the USACE mission.
  • Huntsville Center’s professional development program provides foundation for future leaders

    The eight-month long program utilized a variety of methods for delivering content to develop competencies including: communication, time management, conflict management, customer service, contribution to mission.
  • Huntsville Center program keeps service members on target

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville is the designated Range and Training Land Program Mandatory Center of Expertise.
  • July

    Resource Efficiency Managers support modernization of defense industrial base

    At the forefront of this mission is the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville’s Resource Efficiency Manager (REM) program, which brings the best minds in the free world together to introduce new technologies and processes that extract every possible unit of energy from the most fuel-efficient and resilient energy-system technologies available. REMs, often called the “energy boots on the ground,” provide vital expertise to develop site energy plans encompassing projects that achieve sustainable, renewable, and secure energy management.
  • June

    REM’s exceed energy savings goals for the Army Reserve

    With 579 facilities totaling more than 10 million square feet of facility space, Rachel Kemper, REM for the U.S. Army Reserve’s 88th Readiness Division, headquartered on Fort McCoy, Wis., continues to deliver the program and exceeded energy savings goals for the 88th RD throughout the COVID-19 crisis.