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  • August

    Huntsville Center ahead of the curve on USACE data strategy

    As the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ commanding general issued a call to revolutionize its data strategy earlier this year, the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, was already well ahead of the curve.
  • June

    Final chapter of chemical weapons destruction begins, Huntsville Center role evident

    A Kentucky facility designed and built to destroy chemical weapons is set to begin operations within the next several weeks.
  • Army Corps environmental pioneer Zebrowski retires

    As the director of the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville’s Environmental and Munitions Center of Expertise, Sandi Zebrowski led more than 60 Corps employees in providing high quality engineering and scientific support to environmental remediation, munitions response and compliance programs around the world.
  • May

    CIS2 team’s conference center upgrades bolster SOUTHCOM capabilities

    Work is complete on a $2.5 million modernization project for U.S. Southern Command’s 45,000-square-foot Conference Center of the Americas in Doral, Florida.
  • March

    Center program supports Sigonella schools

    Huntsville Center’s Communication Infrastructure and Systems Support program, or CIS2, coordinated with Norfolk District to provide technical engineering, project management and acquisition support to equip the DoDEA Europe South District’s Sigonella Elementary School and Sigonella Middle High School with Uninterruptible Power Supply systems.
  • January

    Business director selected for development program

    Christina Freese, the business director of the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, was selected to participate in the 2019 Veterans Affairs Senior Executive Service Candidate Development Program.
  • August

    Center awards unusually large contract to small Texas business

    A $90 million Single Award Task Order Contract was awarded to Government Marketing and Procurement, LLC, a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business. GMP is a Government Services Administration schedule contractor providing information technology procurement services.
  • April

    Persistence empowers women to gender equality

    During the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville’s Equal Employment Opportunity office-sponsored Women’s History Month 2018 event March 29, five female panelists of different ages and backgrounds sat before an audience and spoke in depth about gender-based obstacles and the persistence required to succeed in the workforce.
  • February

    Command Strategic Review strengthens communication, sets path forward

    The Command Strategic Review working session is a collaborative event between HQ USACE, Campaign Plan (UCP) Objective/Action Champions and the major subordinate command (MSC) counterparts to ensure alignment with the UCP and review progress of specific current year priority actions. Huntsville Center’s last CSR was in 2015.
  • January

    Center engineer one of handful to earn 'CCM' designation

    One of the latest photos on the wall of professionals at the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center is of Aaron Renfro, who in September earned his Certified Construction Manager designation.
  • December

    Huntsville Center architect helps fellow employee’s family in PR

    Like many members of the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, who have been deploying to help residents of hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, Neriah Holly volunteered to help people he didn’t know. But less than a day before his departure in early November, an unexpected request from a fellow employee made his mission a lot more personal.
  • Huntsville Center engineer receives Bronze de Fleury

    A member of the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center received the Bronze de Fleury Medal during his visit to Savannah, Georgia, Oct. 26.
  • November

    Systems engineer overcomes adversity, recognized by Secretary of Defense

    For the last seven years, Jason Moore has worked at the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville as an information technology specialist for the Center’s management review office. He loves his job, which involves supporting a high priority, multi-million dollar, classified network.With all his degrees and certifications, and because he works in IT, most people would Moore is a geek.He’s a self-proclaimed geek, but not your typical geek. He’s not your typical coworker either.
  • 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.
  • October

    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.
  • September

    Workshop explores ways to maximize savings under ESPC

    More than 50 government and industry representatives converged at the Bevill Center at the University of Alabama Huntsville Aug. 29 for the first Energy Savings Performance Contracting Measurement and Verification Workshop.The workshop allowed attendees to share information, experiences, and lessons learned on past and on-going ESPC projects.
  • August

    Center deputy commander Emery retires after more than 20 years of service

    Although most of his career was spent with the company, battalion and brigade side of Army engineering, Lt. Col. Burlin Emery said one of the greatest challenges he’s had during his Army career was serving as Huntsville Center’s deputy commander since 2015. Emery said his assignment here has also been one of the most rewarding.
  • June

    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.