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Artist rendering of a new middle school that will be constructed at the Hanscom Air Force Base in Bedford, Mass., under the terms of a $31.6 Million contract issued recently by the New England District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Yankee Engineer - February 2014
3/7/2014 1:34:00 PM
Aerial view of Searsport Harbor, Searsport, Maine, which is located on Penobscot Bay, about four miles northeast of Belfast Harbor and 26 miles north of Rockland Harbor. The project was completed in 1964 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and consists of an access channel, 35-feet deep and 500-feet wide, west of Sears Island; and a 35-feet deep turning basin extending from the end of the access channel to the piers at Mack Point. The turning basin has a maximum width of 1,500 feet.
Aerial view of Searsport Harbor
2/21/2014 2:28:00 PM
Aerial view of Searsport Harbor, Searsport, Maine, which is located on Penobscot Bay, about four miles northeast of Belfast Harbor and 26 miles north of Rockland Harbor. The project was completed in 1964 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and consists of an access channel, 35-feet deep and 500-feet wide, west of Sears Island; and a 35-feet deep turning basin extending from the end of the access channel to the piers at Mack Point. The turning basin has a maximum width of 1,500 feet.
Aerial view of Searsport Harbor
2/21/2014 2:27:00 PM
The 2013 Year in Review Yankee Engineer offers highlights on accomplishments and activities done throughout the last year by personnel from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District.
Yankee Engineer - Year in Review 2013
2/14/2014 1:14:00 PM
On the cover of the January 2014 issue of the Yankee Engineer magazine: Images of Point Judith Harbor, Narragansett, R.I., where a contract to repair the east jetty has been awarded.
Yankee Engineer - January 2014
2/14/2014 1:14:00 PM
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District project is now in its second phase to repair the south jetty of Newburyport Harbor, Newburyport, Mass. This consists of repairing portions of the 1,400-foot-long jetty that was damaged during Tropical Storm Irene and Hurricane Sandy. Approximately 12,000 tons of 6-to 12-ton armor stone will be placed for the project.

1/28/2014 1:10:00 PM
A construction sign warns people of the on-going work to repair the south jetty in Newburyport Harbor, Newburyport, Mass. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District project is now in its second phase for this repair, which consists of repairing portions of the 1,400-foot-long jetty that was damaged during Tropical Storm Irene and Hurricane Sandy. Approximately 12,000 tons of 6-to 12-ton armor stone will be placed for the project.

1/28/2014 1:09:00 PM
An excavator easily pushes around boulders while repairing the south jetty in Newburyport, Mass. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District project is now in its second phase for this repair, which consists of repairing portions of the 1,400-foot-long jetty that was damaged during Tropical Storm Irene and Hurricane Sandy. Approximately 12,000 tons of 6-to 12-ton armor stone will be placed for the project.

1/28/2014 1:09:00 PM
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