US Army Corps of Engineers
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    Corps and CBP break ground on AMOC construction project

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations and March Air Reserve Base officials broke ground on a new CBP Air and Marine Operations Center expansion project here Oct. 26.
  • Division Commander visits LA District

    New South Pacific Division Commander Col. Peter Helmlinger, tours LA District projects including stops at the planned restoration along the LA River, Whittier Narrows Dam, Ft. Irwin water treatment facility and Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
  • Corps completes Fort Irwin water treatment plant

    Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment Katherine Hammack joined U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Pacific Division Commander Col. Pete Helmlinger, Los Angeles District Commander Col. Kirk Gibbs and Fort Irwin and the National Training Center senior leaders in a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the completion and operation of the new Fort Irwin water treatment plant, also known as the Irwin Water Works. The ceremony was held in front of the IWW Control Building at Fort Irwin, California Oct. 13.
  • Corps participates in mitigation bank opening in north Los Angeles County

    Federal, state and local officials celebrated the grand opening Oct. 7 of the Petersen Ranch Mitigation Bank, an effort that will eventually restore about 4000 acres of native wetland habitat along the San Andreas Fault rift zone in the Leona Valley north of Los Angeles.
  • Corps engages college students at HENAAC

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District employees and interns shared their work experience with students and recent graduates during the 2016 Annual Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards Corporation Conference
  • HENAAC conference seen as building block for the future

    Two U.S. Army Corps of Engineers employees were recognized by the Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards Corporation during their 28th annual conference Oct. 5-9.
  • No Camo Required at HENAAC

    Good people, meaningful work and balance in one’s life. That was the message senior Corps leadership gave to about 30 young engineers who attended the Corps seminar at the Hispanic Engineering National Achievement Awards Conference held here Oct. 6.