US Army Corps of Engineers
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The New England District and Tantara Associated Corporation installed fall protection barricade railings all over Fort Rodman, New Bedford, Massachusetts.
Civil War fort now safer to visit
Visiting a piece of New Bedford, Massachusetts history just got a lot safer, due to efforts made by the New England District and its contractor...


 
Girl Scout Rachel Cronin (far right) and her team prepare the ground at West Hill Dam for her Teeter-Totter Project that would earn her the Gold Award.
Scout projects at West Hill Dam bring big benefits to all
When New England District Park Rangers hold special programs or clean up events, there is almost always a boy or girl in a scout uniform present and ready to work. Although there is no formal partnership between the organizations ...
The budget proposes continuing operations and maintenance of the Woonsocket Flood Risk Management project in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. President’s FY16 budget to keep Corps operating at normal levels
With the release of the President’s Budget for fiscal year 2016 for Corps of Engineers Civil Works, the Corps’ New England District looks forward to continued normal operations and funding in fiscal year 2016...
Helen Newcomb, Construction Division, was selected for the Employee Spotlight in the Yankee Engineer in February 2015.
Employee Spotlight: Helen Newcomb, Operations Division
Helen Newcomb is the secretary for Operations Division in Building 1 in the District’s Concord Park Office. She has been with the New England District for 27 years...
Buildings are demolished as part of the remedial action plan for the Watertown GSA Formerly Used Defense Site.
Watertown FUDS Property, Remediated, Returned to Residents
The successful remediation of the General Services Administration (GSA) Watertown Formerly Used Defense Site, marks the completion of the last remaining site associated with the Watertown Arsenal, Massachusetts cleanup...

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