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Huntsville Center changes commanders, Hurley retires
It was standing room only at the University of Huntsville in Alabama’s Chan Auditorium as a new commander took over the leadership and direction of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, April 18.
Redstone nurse educator talks smart nutrition
A nurse educator from the Redstone Arsenal Center for Comprehensive Wellness hosted a lunchtime talk with Huntsville Center employees here on the topic of nutrition March 29.
Facility Communication Distribution Systems: The technical centerpiece of a fully functional medical treatment facility
Providing information technology and communications infrastructure for any military facility requires specialized technical expertise, but doing so for military medical treatment facilities requires an even more distinct set of skills.
Be better than you were last year with the Commander’s Challenge
Despite an unusually busy start to 2019 for Huntsville Center, Season 3 of the Commander’s Challenge is off and running.
Deployment Roadshow team visits Huntsville Center
A team of deployment coordinators visited the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, July 18 to give employees information on how they can support the Corps’ overseas missions.
ERCIP partners meet to revamp project validation process
Huntsville Center’s Energy Resilience and Conservation Investment Program validation team members met with their ERCIP partners from throughout the Army for a workshop at Idaho National Laboratory June 12-14 to update the program’s guidance and requirements.
Huntsville Center first aid attendants train, certify
Twelve Huntsville Center employees completed their certifications for first aid, CPR and automated external defibrillator operation during a March 1 session at the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville.
Electrical safety, repair mission in Afghanistan grows for Huntsville Center
With a growing number of American troops in Afghanistan, there is no shortage of electrical safety and repair work for the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, Ordnance and Explosives Design Center.
USACE awards $831 million contract to Fluor for power grid repair in Puerto Rico
This second contract will provide additional resources and personnel needed to support the work to restore the power grid in Puerto Rico.
Huntsville Center awards contract for personnel and equipment for power restoration
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in coordination with the Huntsville Engineering and Support Center, has awarded a contract toward the repair of the power grid in Puerto Rico.
Teamwork, safety key to dive operation’s success at Pearl Harbor
Numerous hazards confront professional divers during even simple operations, but they do not need to face their task alone. For a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dive operation, a team of professionals is behind them with a comprehensive plan.
Huntsville Center program supports research laboratory transition
The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center Huntsville’s Medical Outfitting and Transition Program is assisting the U.S. Army Research Institute of Infectious Diseases relocate into the largest and most complex bio-contamination facility ever designed.
Phase II increases Fort Campbell solar array wattage
A ribbon-cutting ceremony June 9 at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, celebrated the completion of the final phase of Fort Campbell’s 5 megawatt solar array.
Fort Riley leaders, partners break ground on energy saving contract
This first phase of a multi-phased ESPC project at Fort Riley will provide $37,721,463 in facility improvements across 280 buildings.
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.
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.
Local contract specialist selected for Defense Civilian Emerging Leader Program
Lourdes Roman, an Electronic Security Systems contract specialist, was selected to represent the Army Acquisition Workforce in the 2017 Defense Civilian Emerging Leader Program.
Facilities Reduction Program demolitions Fort Benning WWII buildings
The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville is managing the Soldiers Plaza demolition project at Fort Benning, Georgia, as part of an existing Mid-East Region U.S. Facilities Reduction Program Multiple Award Task Order Contract.
Facilities Reduction Program declares deconstruction pilot project a success
The FRP recently finalized a deconstruction project at Fort Leonard Wood.
Furnishings Program expands to include Air Force project
The Huntsville Center Furnishings Program team completed QA inspections on three projects totaling $1.25 million at Fort Stewart, Georgia.