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Workers with West Point Contractors, Inc., the U.S. Army Corps of Engineer Los Angeles District’s contractor, clear rocks and vegetation Apr. 9 as they prepare to construct a bridge across the Chula Vista Wash in Nogales, Ariz. The $4M project will consist of constructing a two-span, I-girder concrete bridge, install associated road base and approach slabs, and placing grouted riprap both upstream and downstream of the project in the channel.
Nogales Wash bridge project back underway
4/10/2014 4:59:00 PM
The pumping station at the Chula Vista Wash project diverts water away from the work being done Apr. 9 by West Point Contractors, Inc., the U.S. Army Corps of Engineer Los Angeles District’s contractor, as they prepare to construct a bridge across the reach in Nogales, Ariz. The $4M project will consist of constructing a two-span, I-girder concrete bridge, install associated road base and approach slabs, and placing grouted riprap both upstream and downstream of the project in the channel.
Nogales Wash bridge project back underway
4/10/2014 4:58:00 PM
Corps team members brief Col. Colloton about upcoming Oceanside Harbor dredging during the colonel's visit to the project site. The annual project is scheduled to dredge about 180,000 cubic yards of beach-quality sand from the harbor's entrance channel and place it along the beach near the city's pier.
Oceanside Harbor dredging
4/10/2014 3:26:00 PM
The mitigaton project next to Whelan Lake in Oceanside will provide seasonal flooding to reestablish a wetland environment. This section of one of the completed ribbon channels adjacent to the San Luis Rey River will allow water during rain events to flow around several islands that were left in place to provide habitat for endangered species.
Whelan restoration project
4/10/2014 3:24:00 PM
Tom Keeney, an ecologist for the Corps' Los Angeles District, describes to Col. Kim Colloton the types and purposes of vegetation planted along the San Luis Rey River in Oceanside during an April 9 visit to the site. The restoration project replaces exotics that have reduced or eliminated habitat for native wildlife.
San Luis Rey River habitat restoration
4/10/2014 3:19:00 PM
Raina Fulton and Tom Keeney (center and right) brief Los Angeles District commander Col. Kim Colloton on the status of vegetation maintenance along the San Luis Rey River during her April 9 visit to the project. Also participating (from left) are David Van Dorpe, LA District's deputy district engineer for programs and project management, and Michelle Lawrence-Skaggs and Scott Smith, Oceanside's deputy city manager and city engineer, respectively.
Douglas Bridge at San Luis Rey River
4/10/2014 3:17:00 PM
A member of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District’s team inspects the potential alignment of the possible location of a diversion levee in Mount Charleston, Nev. during a mission to the area March 11. The District sent a team consisting of members from the Hydrology and Hydraulics, Design, Geotech and Regulatory branches to make an assessment of the danger to life and property to a community downhill from a fire-burned slope after receiving a request for assistance from representatives of the State of Nevada.

4/3/2014 3:42:00 PM
Mike Langley, a senior project manager with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District Arizona-Nevada Area Office’s Regulatory Division, talks with Mark Brodie, a Government and Politics reporter and on-air host for KJZZ radio, during an Apr. 2 interview at the radio station. Langley and Brodie discussed the Corps’ dedication to preserving cultural resources and the process involved in maintaining the balance between that commitment and its many other responsibilities.

4/2/2014 5:36:00 PM
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