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  • 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.
  • Huntsville Center celebrates AAIP Heritage Month

    A standing-room-only crowd of U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville employees gathered to celebrate and learn about Asian-American Pacific Islander heritage during a cultural presentation May 9.
  • April

    Huntsville Center, union reach fast agreement

    Officials with the Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville and the nation’s largest union representing federal employees signed a collective bargaining agreement April 13..
  • STEM outreach going strong at HNC

    Webb is just one among many at the Huntsville Center who, over the years, has felt called to reach out to local schools to reinforce the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math fields to the nation’s future. Huntsville Center has participated in in close to 20 such STEM events in the last three years.
  • A career marked by big transitions

    Tara Clark, project manager for the Ballistic Missile Defense Branch
  • Leaders meet to determine Center’s way ahead

    Leaders from the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, gathered March 23 – the second day of a two-day off-site – to discuss strategic initiatives that would guide the organization into the future.
  • Elliott retires after 37 years' service to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

    After 37 years of service to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Gina Elliot has retired. Throughout her career, Elliott successfully managed complex, high priority projects spanning design, procurement, construction and service acquisitions.
  • March

    Center’s programs director Ford retires

    Ford isn’t just retiring from a career, he’s stepping away from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the organization with the greatest impact on his life.
  • Huntsville Center project manager’s phone call enhances force protection, saves millions

    With a simple phone call, a U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville project manager prevented the loss of use of vital access control points for an extended period of time as well as potentially saving her customer millions of dollars.
  • February

    Contracting officer receives Secretary of the Army award

    Former Huntsville Center contracting specialist receives 2016 Secretary of the Army Awards for Excellence in Contracting for Specialized Services and Construction Contracting.
  • First virtual industry day successful for BASEOPS program, vendors

    With support from the Colorado Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC), six representatives from Huntsville Center set up shop at the El Paso County, Colorado, Regional Municipal Center and met with vendor representatives not only in person, but also virtually through Internet broadcasting capabilities.
  • Huntsville Center employs 'engineering solution' to track operation orders

    When Russ Dunford sketched his idea onto a napkin, little did he realize that it would take two years and an engineering solution to bring it to fruition. There were times, he admits, when he questioned whether a solution was even possible. Despite any misgivings, the chief of Operations, U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, persisted. There had to be some sort of process to track and update operation orders, taskings and follow-on responses.
  • Commentary: Sojourn to Afghanistan

    Commentary: Huntsville Center employee discusses his deployment to Afghanistan
  • Huntsville Center project manager goes where he’s most needed

    Huntsville Center Project Manager Richard Locklair enjoys solving engineering programs.
  • January

    Contracting officer helps find solutions for energy program, recognized with USACE procurement award

    Fearns’ award is based on his close collaboration with multi-functional teams and facilitating information sharing that bridged gaps between operational technology and information technology, both used in energy systems.
  • Huntsville Center continues closing the books on contracts

    Alec Baldwin’s character in the 1992 film “Glengarry Glen Ross” said it best, “A, B, C; A – always,
  • Huntsville Center achieves Best in Class designation

    The Office of Management and Budget awarded this designation to the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville’s Facility Reduction Program Dec. 15, 2016.