News Story Archive

Author: Elizabeth Lockyear
  • October

    District Employee Recognized for Excellence

    District employee Daniel J. Martinez recently received the 2015 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Castle Award.
  • District, Kirtland Cut Ribbon on New Research Lab Space

    District representatives helped cut the ribbon and officially open the Building 903 Lab Space, Sept. 23, 2015, at Kirtland Air Force Base.
  • Three Trails Lead to Santa Fe … and Corps Projects

    Attendees at the All Trails Lead to Santa Fe Conference had the opportunity to visit one of the lesser-known projects in the Albuquerque District, Galisteo Dam. The conference was the first ever joint conference of three important trail associations and took place in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • August

    Silvery Minnow Increase

    District biologists continue to monitor habitat restoration sites to learn more about the endangered silvery minnow population. “Observations are that the silvery minnow is doing better this year,” said fishery biologist Michael Porter.
  • July

    Work Begins on New Medical Clinic at Holloman Air Force Base

    District Commander Lt. Col. Patrick Dagon joined the 49th Medical Group, the 49th Medical Support Squadron, and others to celebrate the start of construction on a new medical clinic at Holloman AFB, July 1, 2015, with a groundbreaking ceremony.
  • Multiphase Ceremony Celebrates Milestones in Multiphase Project

    The District participated in a double ceremony celebrating two milestones in the expansion of the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, June 29, 2015.
  • May

    Employees Bike to Work

    Approximately a dozen employees participated in National Bike to Work Day, May 15, despite the day’s wet ending with rain, wind and thunderstorms rolling across the Albuquerque area.
  • District Staff Support Water Safety

    Approximately 25 District staff participated in “Wear Your Lifejacket to Work Day” May 15.
  • Operation Clean Sweep Nets 40 Bags of Trash at John Martin Reservoir

    Local volunteers joined staff at John Martin Reservoir to collect more than 40 bags of trash along the south shoreline during a cleanup event May 2.
  • April

    Concrete Canoes Race at Cochiti Lake

    Cochiti Lake was the scene of a unique part of the 44th annual American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Rocky Mountain Regional Conference, April 11, 2015, when 11 of the 14 schools participating in the conference raced concrete canoes at the lake.