News Stories

  • May

    New conservation program proposed by state of Maine to protect endangered Atlantic salmon

    The Maine Department of Marine Resources is proposing to establish and sponsor a new program mitigating harmful impacts to endangered Atlantic salmon and their habitat.The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services listed the Atlantic salmon population in the Gulf of Maine as endangered on Dec. 17, 2000 and further inland on June 19, 2009.  Predation,
  • April

    New England District proposing solar array at Cape Cod Canal

    A team of New England District personnel is working on a proposed project with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters and the Huntsville Engineering Support Center that would reduce the carbon footprint of the Cape Cod Canal in Bourne, Massachusetts and the New Bedford Hurricane Barrier in New Bedford, Massachusetts. The New England District
  • New England District’s Bridge Safety Program Monitors Nation’s Vital Infrastructure

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers New England District’s Bridge Safety Program is a vital public service that ensures the health of bridges throughout the six-state region.The New England District has authority over 80 bridges within its inventory; 45 are open to public vehicle traffic, the most of any Corps District. John Kedzierski, District
  • District, Partners break ground for new Hanscom dormitory

    New England District officials participated in an event to kick off the construction of a project that will result in a better life environment for unaccompanied Air Force service members.The ground breaking ceremony for the new $12.6 million Airman dormitory took place March 13 at the construction site on Hanscom Air Force Base.  Col. Christopher
  • March

    Public Informational Meeting held on New Haven Harbor Study

    Members of the New England District, the New Haven Port Authority and the Connecticut Port Authority held a Public Informational Meeting on the New Haven Harbor Navigation Improvement Feasibility Study and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), Jan. 24 at the Hall of Records, Hearing Room 200 Orange Street, New Haven, Connecticut.“The feasibility
  • Muddy River Restoration Project wins Build America Award

    The Muddy River Flood Risk Management and Environmental Restoration Project in Boston, Massachusetts has been honored with the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America’s Alliant Build America Award.  According to AGC, the award honors AGC members who build the nation’s most impressive construction projects ranging across the building,
  • January

    Clement latest graduate of Division Leadership Program

    Jay Clement, Team Leader, Maine Regulatory Project Office, recently completed the North Atlantic Division Executive Leadership Program (NAD ELDP).  A ceremony marking the event took place at NAD Headquarters in Fort Hamilton, New York on Nov. 4.The year-long program strives to develop results-oriented, agile leaders with an enterprise perspective
  • Site visits, briefings keep North Atlantic Division Commander busy

    Brig. Gen. William Graham, North Atlantic Division Commander, visited the New England District to meet customers, go on site visits and to get informational briefings from District team members.  The General’s first stop was to West Hill Dam in Uxbridge, Massachusetts on the West River.  The project was built as a result of damage caused by
  • Operations holds annual training at Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest

    The 2016 Operations Division Training was held on Oct. 25-27 at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, a research facility operated by the U.S. Forest Service in North Woodstock, New Hampshire, situated within the White Mountain National Forest. During his remarks, Scott Acone, Deputy District Engineer for Programs/Project Management, said the
  • October

    New England District celebrates milestone anniversaries for Littleville Lake and Knightville Dam

    Between them, Littleville Lake and Knightville Dam in Massachusetts both have served the people of New England by keeping dangerous floodwaters at bay for  a total of 125 years.  Local representatives joined members of the New England District team in commemorating the 75th anniversary of Knightville Dam and the 50th anniversary of Littleville Dam,