Disruptions in either quality or quantity in the water supply can create crippling effects for the operation of cities, military bases, hospitals, businesses, and residential areas. To prevent disruptions such as the one caused by the February 2021 Texas...
You've read the article; now learn the rest of the story. Take a deeper look into “An Iconic Renovation at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar,” originally featured in The Military Engineer May-June 2020 issue. The Commissioned Officers’ Club at Marine...
Ensuring continued success of the federal infrastructure assets that manage America's natural water resources requires operating and maintaining as effectively and efficiently as possible, because there is relatively limited annual funding appropriated to the Civil Works Program. A recently...
Made possible through collaborative partnerships, advanced planning, and innovative cost-savings, an extensive, and accessible, recreational trail system at Fort Benning connects soldiers, families, and civilians across the local region. Maintaining such an extensive trail system is not without challenges—but...
Sustainable building standards can often conflict with achieving mission readiness when applied to Department of Defense projects, but by adhering to careful design and construction decisions an effective balance can be struck. This webinar will discuss how a new...
You've read the article; now learn the rest of the story. Take a deeper look into “A Hybrid Solution for Generator Efficiency,” originally featured in the May-June 2020 issue of The Military Engineer. While many installation energy needs are currently...
In the face of extreme weather events such as Hurricane Florence that caused catastrophic damage to more than 800 facilities and over $2 billion in unbudgeted repairs to Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station Cherry...
You've read the article; now learn the rest of the story. Take a deeper look into "The Next Evolution in Streamlining NEPA," originally featured in The Military Engineer January-February 2020 issue. The National Environmental Policy Act has become a cumbersome...
To remedy its 1970s-era infrastructure, Fort Jackson contracted with USACE Charleston District to administer the design and construction of an improvement program. Part of this program included the design of a multi-facility reception complex that included reception processing center,...
An analysis and reconciliation of GIS data with real property asset records at Hurlburt Field uncovered millions of dollars in underfunding. To get a deeper look at how that process and many like it yield benefits for the U.S....

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