US Army Corps of Engineers
Albuquerque District

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Archive: June, 2012
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  • June

    FEST-A Team Focuses on Culture and Engineering

    The 59th FEST-A Team continues to provide support to the Albuquerque District and Santa Clara Pueblo. As promised, the team returned in early May to provide recommendations for low-cost and efficient delivery of potable water to the Pueblo community.
  • Technicians Undergo Crane and Rigging Certification

    Eighteen technicians from the District’s managed lakes and reservoirs attended Class II Crane and Hoist Operator Certification training held at Cochiti Lake April 25 and 26.
  • Web Map Viewers Help See the Big Picture

    The concept of a web map viewer is to make spatially oriented data and related information available to a wide viewing audience for general education, planning and decision making. Most everything under the Corps’ myriad missions has spatial association, such as levees, lakes, real estate, regulatory permitting, tribal partnering, planning, environmental restoration and cultural work activities.
  • Cochiti Lake Project Welcomes International Visitors

    For the third year, employees in the Corps’ Cochiti Lake project welcomed visitors with the Council on International Relations (CIR) and discussed Cochiti Dam history and operations. This year, the group also learned about the aftermath of the Las Conchas Fire and the Corps’ tribal relations and partnerships.
  • Employee Picked as Emergency Local Government Liaison

    The Corps of Engineers has selected 36 people for the 2012 and 2013 Emergency Local Government Liaison cadre, and the District’s Trent Simpler, environmental project manager, is among the selectees.
  • Army Aviation Runs Full Circle for Employee

    From the beginnings of Army aviation in the early 20th Century, Eric Procter’s family was involved. His grandfather served in France as an army aircraft mechanic in World War I, and his service inspired his grandson.