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  • 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.
  • Martin named new ISPM director

    Martin began his U.S. Army Corps of Engineers career in the Mobile District’s Construction Division in 1986. In addition to Mobile District, Martin worked in Savannah District before joining Huntsville Center in August 1999 working in the Mechanical-Electrical Division of the Center’s Engineering Directorate.
  • USACE adds $265 million to contract with Fluor Corporation

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Engineering and Support Center in Huntsville, Alabama, awarded a $265 million modification to an existing contract with Fluor Corp. to repair the power grid in Puerto Rico.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Center recognized for contribution to small business communities

    The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville (Huntsville Center) Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) received three Top Dollar awards at the annual Small Business Conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Nov. 15-17.
  • November

    Workplace survey results prompt nearly 40 recommendations

    The results of two employee surveys at the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center pointed out areas where Huntsville Center excels and also identified nearly 40 recommendations for improvements here.
  • 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

    Redstone instructor: Repeat training is vital to overcoming crises

    A Redstone Arsenal Employee Assistance Program coordinator who visited the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center to give classes to employees emphasized the importance of training repetition as a key to overcoming a real crisis.
  • Huntsville Center Small Business Forum brings stakeholders together

    Hundreds of business representatives from companies small and large descended on the Davidson Center for Space Exploration in Huntsville, Alabama, to attend the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center’s annual Small Business Forum, Oct. 18. The event provides an opportunity for small business representatives to discuss their capabilities with Huntsville Center contracting officials and program managers and learn about upcoming opportunities to work with the Corps of Engineers.
  • Huntsville Center oversees overhaul project in Japan

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Fuels Recurring Maintenance and Minor Repair Program at Huntsville Center completed a four-month-long overhaul project Sept. 23 on the first set of marine loading arms at U.S. Fleet Activities Sasebo on the southern Japanese island of Kyushu.
  • 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

    Huntsville Center sends experts to support hurricane recovery

    Four U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville employees deployed to St. Croix, Virgin Islands, over the weekend to conduct critical public facilities assessments following Hurricane Irma.
  • Redstone solar project moving along

    The solar array project, developed by Redstone Arsenal’s Directorate of Public Works, the Army Office of Energy Initiatives and Huntsville Center’s Energy Division, is the first Power Purchase Agreement project solicited through the renewable and alternative energy Multiple Award Task Order Contract awarded by Huntsville Center.
  • 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.
  • Huntsville Center’s Small Business Forum set for Oct. 18

    Registration is open for Huntsville Center annual Small Business Forum Oct. 18.
  • August

    Huntsville Center welcomes new deputy commander

    The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville welcomes Lt. Col. Hugh Darville as its new deputy commander.
  • Tiller to retire from Huntsville Center after 30-year career

    Human capital specialist Dorothy Tiller to retire after 30-year career with the federal government.
  • 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.