• January

    Center program furnishes Army War College academic facility

    Huntsville Furnishings Program procures administrative, barracks, lodging and educational furnishings for various federal agencies worldwide.
  • Ribbon cut on new Huntsville Center on Redstone Arsenal

    The new 205,000 square foot facility is located on Redstone Gateway’s Secured Gateway area behind the Arsenal’s Main Gate 9 on Rideout Road.
  • 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.
  • Huntsville Center engineers reach out to local students at cyber, engineering academy

    Chad House, Patrick Lane, Daniel Cook, and Bryan Merry from the ED’s Systems-Cost Division volunteered their time to speak to students at the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering (ASCTE), the nation’s only high school focused on the integration of cyber technology and engineering into all academic disciplines.
  • 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.
  • August

    BASEOPS continues supporting Army Reserve

    Huntsville Center’s BASEOPS Program executes defined services structured around preventive and corrective maintenance of the 88th RD’s more than 750 structures and facilities.
  • Energy Workshop 2023 concentrates on industry trends, innovations

    The focus of the workshop was Huntsville Center’s capabilities in the Energy Savings Performance Contracting (ESPC) and Utility Energy Services Contracting (UESC) programs.
  • July

    High performance computing program acquisition services moving to Engineer Research Development Center

    Changes to the program are underway to turn over the program to the U.S. Army Engineer Research Development Center (ERDC) contracting activity, Vicksburg, Miss., as early as September.
  • Ballistic missile defense program experts receive recognition

    Bret Styers and Carson Walker, USACE Ballistic Missile Defense Mandatory Center of Expertise (BMD MCX) employees, were both recognized with Army Civilian Achievement Medals for their efforts under the Sentinel Integrated Program Management Office while supporting the fielding of a strategic weapons system for the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center (AFNWC).
  • June

    Three Center employees recognized as best in U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

    Three people working in the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville (Huntsville Center) Engineering Directorate (ED) received recognition as the best in USACE.
  • Federal energy training session enhances Center’s third-party financing capabilities

    The workshop provided Huntsville Center Energy Division personnel with a tailored and comprehensive overview of energy and utility savings contracting authority and processes to equip attendees with information about Department of Energy resources available to develop and implement successful projects focused on the needs of its stakeholders.
  • May

    Workshop tackles recent energy policy updates, changes

    More than 80 energy experts attended Huntsville Center’s REM workshop April 17-20 to ensure continuous professional development and focused training on state-of-the-art energy programs and initiatives while leveraging Huntsville Center reach-back capabilities through Huntsville Center energy experts.
  • April

    Center’s energy savings contract program enhancing Army policy

    Considered the Army’s expert in ESPCs, Huntsville Center implemented the contracts to assist the installations in supporting the Army Climate Strategy by providing energy resilience and energy cybersecurity and reducing energy and water use (as well as carbon and greenhouse gas emissions) to improve readiness and save taxpayers money.
  • March

    Center's installation support directorate reorganizes

    The directorate provides execution of more than 30 programs encompassing the technical, engineering, contracting and program management requirements of a variety of mission areas.
  • February

    Huntsville Center’s IT management program sunsets, transitions

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineer’s Corporate Information Office is delivering changes to the ACE-IT program and scheduled to turn over all work to Humphreys Engineer Center Support Activity.
  • Resource Efficiency Manager conference set, openings still available for energy managers

    Huntsville Center’s REM program improves installation energy programs by identifying projects and practices to reduce energy and water costs through a contracted subject matter expert.
  • January

    Energy project provides resilience for Fort Irwin

    Huntsville Center’s Utility Energy Services Contracting developed the contract vehicle which provides for a 21-mile dedicated natural gas pipeline and a 16 MW combined heat and power plant for on-site energy generation at Fort Irwin capable of maintaining critical loads indefinitely during an electric outage.
  • October

    Small Business Industry Day draws large crowd

    The event featured a general overview of doing business with the Huntsville Center and covered major regulatory changes and upcoming acquisitions, followed by an opportunity for attendees to interact directly with program managers and contracting officials for the Center’s more than 40 programs.
  • Contract provides for fit, healthy Soldiers

    Huntsville Center originally stood up the MO&T Program to support large Army replacement hospitals like Fort Bliss at a cost of $100 million. However, MO&T has outfitted medical projects as small as $400,000, and routinely provides medical outfitting support for all project sizes in between.
  • September

    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.