Tag: Huntsville Center capabilities
  • November

    Center’s OMEE contract keeps Walter Reed running

    The Operation and Maintenance Engineering Enhancement (OMEE) Program at the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, provides a simplified process to respond to the growing operation and maintenance needs of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center using streamlined processes that delivers low-cost, quick- response contracts for the operation, preventive maintenance, and repair and replacement of equipment for the sprawling campus.
  • September

    Resource Efficiency Managers expand partnership with Navy installations

    REMs have been working with energy managers at Naval Base Guam for over six years to conduct building audits, identify energy conservation measures and develop project documentation for third-party financed energy projects, said Russell Moebes, REM Program project manager.
  • BaseOps program supports Big Red One

    The BaseOps program consists of executing defined services structured around preventive and corrective maintenance. The objective is to preserve and maintain systems in such a condition that they may be effectively used for their designated functional purpose.
  • June

    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.
  • February

    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.
  • June

    Huntsville Center, Omaha District delivers range to Army special forces

    Last September, Huntsville Center’s Range and Training Land Program prepared a programming cost estimate for a shoothouse at Fort Carson, Colorado, in support of the U.S. Army Special Operations Command’s project approval and funding process.
  • April

    Resource Energy Manager improves munition plant’s energy resilience

    A Resource Efficiency Manager attending 2019 Energy Exchange and REM Workshop in Huntsville, Alabama, received updated 50001 Ready information that led him on a path to improve energy efficiency at Radford Army Ammunition Plant, Virginia.
  • March

    Huntsville Center EOC streamlines COVID-19 response efforts

    Huntsville Center is supporting the Corps efforts in working with FEMA, the White House, DOD, and other federal, state and local partners by developing plans and specifications for the rapid conversion of hotels, barracks and arena-type facilities into ICU-capable hospitals for treating COVID-19 patients.
  • Huntsville Center supports alternate care facility assessments

    As the Corps of Engineers Mandatory Center of Expertise for Medical Facility Design, Huntsville Center engineers were quickly brought in by Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, 54th Chief of Engineers and Commanding General of USACE.
  • Maintaining contracts vital to utility, energy program

    A $52 million contract (with a capacity of more than $200 million), awarded in 2017, supports Warner Robins-Air Logistics Complex with energy savings, resilience and security improvements for the principal enterprise located at Warner Robins Air Force Base, Georgia.
  • August

    Facilities Reduction Program to demolish unusable NASA structure

    HUNTSVILLE, Ala -- The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville recently awarded an $11
  • March

    Fuels project quick-turn supports Dragon Lady mission

    Huntsville Center’s Fuels team had a very short period of time to clean, inspect and repair a fuel storage tank used to hold and dispense Jet Propellant Thermally Stable, a jet fuel created specifically for the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft.
  • December

    Focus on communications emphasized at Huntsville Center Project Review Board

    From Alabama to Afghanistan, Huntsville Center is working and coordinating projects all across the globe. “Communications is the second most important thing we must do to be successful, second only to taking care of our personnel,” Marin said.
  • June

    Resource managers network, learn at workshop

    Workshop topics focused on third-party financing, utility cost reduction and energy audit programs, cost engineering, energy security, sustainability and measurement and verification.
  • July

    USACE briefs world-wide capabilities to allies

    USACE/Huntsville Center capabilities information briefing was set up to provide international officers a greater understanding of the Corps of Engineers in general and Huntsville Center’s specific missions.