US Army Corps of Engineers
U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center

Installation Support and Programs Management

The Installation Support and Programs Management Directorate partners with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Major Subordinate Commands and Districts, and other government organizations to support Department of Defense installations and other federal agencies worldwide through a wide range technical and contracting resources.

Our programs are executed in accordance with Project Management Business Process/ Project Management Community of Practice and focus on Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization/reimbursable projects and programs.

As the Corps' Installation Support Center of Expertise (IS-CX), Installation Support partners with Corps of Engineers' districts and labs to provide support in public works business processes, systems, training and contingency support.

We provide quality engineering and design services in areas such as conforming storage facilities, intrusion detection systems, utility monitoring and control systems, and ranges and training lands management. We also provides innovative services in privatization and competitive sourcing; facility operation, maintenance, repair and rehabilitation; fire protection; furniture and furnishings; and environmental planning.


Read more about our programs on the fact sheets page or click on the program link to the right.

For more information, call 256-895-1230.

ISPM Programs

A recently renovated service control point at Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana, ensures fuel is delivered to the Air Force 2nd Bomb Wing’s stable of B-52 Stratofortresses (seen in background), a long-range heavy bomber serving as a vital component to the Air Force Global Strike Command. Huntsville Center’s Installation and Support and Programs Management DLA-Fuels program manages a maintenance and repair service program sustaining worldwide fueling capability to the Department of Defense and other agencies.
The U.S. Air Force Personnel Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph in Texas has been restored to its historic look. The Facilities Repair and Renewal Project was the first comprehensive renovation of the building since it was built in the 1930s.
Technicians install information technology equipment at the new U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Western Processing Center in Hillsboro, Oregon. Due to weight limitations at the Western Processing Center’s original location, all equipment had to be moved out by March 19 and in its new location and operational by March 22. Huntsville Center’s Information Technology Services ACE-IT branch supported the requirement awarding a single $1.3 million Firm Fixed Price contract to a Portland, Oregon area IT firm on Dec. 24. The work was completed within the allotted timeline and met all operational requirements.
An exterior view of the newly-unveiled Martin Army Community Hospital located at Fort Benning in Georgia. Since opening in November 2014, the hospital’s 745,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art facility improves the area’s medical capacity to provide inpatient, outpatient and ancillary services to a military community of more than 90,000 Soldiers, family members and retirees.
Bhate employees work to deconstruct a chapel - one of three buildings selected for the deconstruction pilot program - on Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Materials from the chapel were salvaged for reuse or recycle.
Leslie Yarbrough (left), program manager, and Sara Cook, a project manager, U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center Huntsville Furnishings Program, complete a quality assurance inspection on equipment purchased as part of a $385,000 project within the Gray Eagle Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) cantonment area that included a company operations facility, tactical equipment maintenance facility, operations and storage facility, and control tower.
The Fort Irwin, California, REM developed and coordinated a 1MW concentrated solar array through the Environmental Security Test Certification Program (ESTCP). The concentrated solar array system tracks the sun to optimize exposure, which increases the efficiency of normal roof top or stand-alone photovoltaic. This project will save Fort Irwin around 2.4M kWh per year at a value of $310,000 per year and equivalent 8,392 MBTU savings.
Gate 1 at Fort Carson, Colorado, was part of a Huntsville Center Access Control Point Program project.

ISPM Directorate News

  • January

    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.
  • November

    Solar photovoltaic renewable power to be installed at Lake Shelbyville

    The Lake Shelbyville recreation area in Illinois management noticed several facilities using more electricity than they should, generating higher than normal electric bills. To combat these issues the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers St. Louis District reached out to the Huntsville Center to provide expertise with the installation of solar photovoltaic renewable power.
  • September

    Huntsville programs team up to ensure power for chemical demilitarization operations in Pueblo

    The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville's Chemical Demilitarization and Utility Energy Services Contracting programs teamed up to build a third substation that will be used to power the Pueblo Chemical Agent Destruction Pilot Plant and the Pueblo Chemical Depot mission support in Colorado.
  • August

    Huntsville Center helps Army surpass $1 billion performance contracting goal

    The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville's Energy Division was instrumental in helping the Army exceed the $1 billion President's Performance Contracting Challenge.
  • July

    Air Force turns to Huntsville Center for access control point support

    The Air Force is taking advantage of 15 years of experience by using a Huntsville Center contracting vehicle to ensure sustained security at Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico.
  • Huntsville Center helps Aberdeen Proving Ground create innovative facility

    The culmination of innovative thinking focused on conservation and sustainability was realized July 19, during the official opening of the new Combined Heat and Power plant on the Edgewood Area of Aberdeen Proving Ground. The effort was achieved through collaborations with the Huntsville Corps of Engineers and energy saving partnerships with defense contractor Johnson Controls and Baltimore, Gas and Electric, BGE.
  • New construction specifications created for Electronic Security Systems

    These guide specifications, pertain to Electronic Security Systems and Electronic Security System Acceptance Testing. The guidance includes the requirements security systems must meet and procedures on testing the systems once those requirements are met.
  • BASEOPS contract supports Fort Wainwright garrison, covers Alaska training ranges

    A $9.5 million U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville Base Operations Program (BASEOPS) maintenance and operational services contract calls for maintenance and operational services for all facilities and subsequent facility systems, components and equipment on Fort Wainwright, Alaska, as well as the 670,000 acre Donnelly and 260,000 acre Yukon Training Areas that are part of the 67, 000 square mile Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex (JPARC) .
  • Huntsville Center reaches out to AbilityOne for contract closeout support

    Huntsville Center awarded a task order June 29 for contract closeout services using a strategic contract vehicle issued by Washington Headquarters Services. This task order was funded by Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy and awarded to National Industries for the Blind, through the AbilityOne Program.
  • June

    Contracting officer creates howling good time for kids

    Huntsville Center, Energy Division contracting officer entertained children at Organizational Day and Team Redstone in the Park by transforming into Sergeant Woof. Woof is a dog who teaches children about the dangers of unexploded ordnance and the three R’s of ordnance safety: recognize, retreat and report.