US Army Corps of Engineers
Albuquerque District

  • April

    Holocaust Days of Remembrance: April 28-May 5, 2019

    Holocaust Days of Remembrance: April 28-May 5, 2019.
  • March

    Abiquiu Lake Updates Lake Elevation Measurement Equipment

    Daily lake elevation readings at Abiquiu Lake have historically been taken from an internal structure known as the float well. This year the lake is getting a new system to measure lake elevation, called a "bubbler system."
  • John Martin Dam

    The John Martin Dam is the major structure in the John Martin Reservoir Project, which project was authorized by Congress under Flood Control Act of June 22, 1936, as a flood Control and water conservation project. This article originally appeared on page 4 of the March 1943 issue of the Albuquerque District Safety News.
  • Engaging with Tribes in the Regulatory Program

    The mission of the Regulatory Program is to protect the Nation's aquatic resources and navigable capacity, while allowing for reasonable development, through fair and balanced decisions. In the context of the Regulatory Program, Tribes may be an applicant for a permit, a consulting party under Section 106, or in a government-to-government consultation.
  • District’s Annual Industry Day Draws 100 Contractors

    The District conducts regular outreach events to small businesses seeking to work with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. One such event, the annual Industry Day, was held Feb. 6, 2019.
  • District Employee Earns National Recognition

    Joanne DeLeon was one of three of CP-18’s biggest eLearning platform users this year [2018], earning
  • William DeRagon Selected as the District's 2018 Distinguished Retiree

    Biologist William DeRagon was recently selected as the District's 2018 Distinguished Retiree.
  • February

    The Forging of a Partnership

    The common phrase, “throw yourself into the fire” can be construed as having a negative connotation to some folks. However, in the case of Santa Clara Pueblo, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Albuquerque District partnership, this phrase sheds a positive light on how the two parties forged a strong, and mutually beneficial, relationship during, and after, five federally declared national disasters, in the aftermath of two New Mexico wildfires.
  • NNSA Albuquerque Complex Achieves Major Milestone

    The National Nuclear Security Administration employs hundreds of employees in Albuquerque, scattered across Kirtland Air Force Base, in 20 different buildings. As far back as 1979, the Department of Energy began planning for one large building that would consolidate all NNSA staff into a single, state-of-the-art facility. But it wasn't until 2015 when the NNSA obtained funding for the design of a new facility, otherwise known as the NNSA Albuquerque Complex Project, or “NACP.”
  • Linda Dreeland Selected as District’s 2018 Supervisor of the Year

    Linda Dreeland, chief, Environmental and SRM Section, was honored as the Supervisor of the Year during the District’s 2018 Annual Award Presentations, Dec. 12, 2018.