US Army Corps of Engineers
Albuquerque District

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  • September

    Regulatory Division: Protecting the Waters of the United States

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Regulatory Division has the authority to protect the Waters of the United States. As part of this authority, anyone, or any entity, who wishes to put anything into U.S. waters that might introduce material into the river, needs to obtain a Section 404 Permit from the Corps.
  • October

    USACE Infrastructure Assessment Subject Matter Experts Help in Harvey Recovery Mission

    Hurricane Harvey stormed along the Gulf Coast of Texas in late August. As part of the federal government’s recovery mission, FEMA tasked USACE to provide engineering support. Infrastructure Assessment teams are a key element of this support.
  • April

    Fort Bliss to Launch Military’s Largest Renewable Energy Project

    The largest renewable energy project in U.S. military history is slated to begin soon at Fort Bliss, Texas, a big step toward the installation’s goal of generating all the energy it uses, Army Maj. Gen. Dana J.H. Pittard, the installation and 1st Armored Division commander, announced April 5, 2013.
  • March

    District Participates in New Border Patrol Station's Opening in Clint, Texas.

    Lt. Col. Gant, Commander, Albuquerque District, participated in the ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the opening of the new Border Patrol Station in Clint, Texas on February 22, 2013.
  • December

    District’s Small Business Program to be Applauded at Conference

    Albuquerque District’s Small Business program for 2012 will receive three distinct accolades at the Society of American Military Engineers Annual Small Business Conference the week of Dec. 10 in Grapevine, Texas.
  • April

    Colorado to be Next Focus of Rio Grande Basin Partnering Meeting

    The Corps shares concern with others about the Rio Grande Basin and its tributaries, as it faces multiple environmental problems like ecosystem degradation, competing demands for minimal resources, timing and delivery of water into and through the basin and water quality, as well as climate changes. To discuss solutions, the agency has joined representatives from federal, state, local and tribal entities across Texas, New Mexico and Colorado to review technical, professional and public concerns during ‘stakeholder’ meetings.
  • November

    Class Sheds Light on Importance of Corps’ Marketing

    After completing several courses for the EMBA, I emerged with a better grasp of business principles that reinforce my belief in the need for marketing, even for the Corps.
  • April

    Corps Helps Dedicate New Border Station

    In a small Texas town called Fabens, located about 30 miles Southeast of El Paso along the Rio Grande, the Corps is overseeing planning and construction of a new Border Patrol station.
  • March

    District Hosts Meeting to Discuss Rio Grande

    More than 80 Rio Grande stakeholders met at the District headquarters Feb. 18 to discuss urbanization issues and possible projects associated with the Rio Grande, referred to by some as the “spine of New Mexico.”
  • December

    Field Office is Growing and Building Strong on the Border

    Despite dust, heat, tight deadlines and some remote, rural project locations, Albuquerque District’s El Paso Resident Office remains committed to Building Strong and strengthening the nation in the southern part of the District.