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Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, commanding general, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, talks to a Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District employee about one of the basins he is working at during Semonite’s Jan. 18 visit to Montecito, California, to view the disaster caused by a Jan. 9 mudslide.
A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District employee looks out over the work at the Santa Monica Basin Feb. 27 in Santa Barbara County, California.
Lawrence Monsalud, a civil engineer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District, discusses the Corps’ San Diego Veterans Affairs Hospital construction project during a site visit Aug. 29 in San Diego, California.
Robert Klein, project manager with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District, center, discusses the Corps’ San Diego Veterans Affairs project with Col. Aaron Barta, LA District commander, right, while Shaun Frost, area engineer with the Construction Division, Southern California Area Office, LA District, left, looks on during an Aug. 29 site visit to the hospital in San Diego, California.
Col. Aaron Barta, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District commander, far right, talks to Corps’ team members about the border infrastructure project in front of design prototypes near the San Diego and Mexico International Border during an Aug. 30 site visit in San Diego County, California.

Business With Us

The Los Angeles District leverages its resources through partnering/contracting with the private sector.  Construction contractors perform 100% of our Civil Works and Military Construction projects, and A-E firms perform about 65% of our planning and design work.  With work totaling nearly $750 million annually among our six major business lines of Navigation, Flood Control, Engineering Design, Military Construction, Environmental Restoration and Interagency and International Support program, there are a lot of opportunities to do business with us.

To get more information on how to contract with the Los Angeles District, please visit the Contracting page.  The Small Business Program was set up to ensure the involvement of small business concerns in our Civil Works and Military Construction projects.  Please visit the Small Business Program page to learn more about the program and the opportunities available to the small business community.