Author: Kristen Bergeson
  • October

    Huntsville Center closes out FY21 with more than $1.9 billion in contract actions

    Due to ongoing COVID-19 safety precautions, Huntsville Center completed the fiscal year virtually for the second year in a row. Despite the challenges, the Center’s more than 1,000 employees delivered the program with outstanding success.
  • June

    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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • December

    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.
  • 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.