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USACE Galveston selects deputy district engineer for programs and project management

Edmond J. Russo Jr., Ph.D., P.E., D.CE, D.NE, serves as the deputy district engineer for Programs and Project Management for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Galveston District, a position he assumed January 2014. A 21-year Corps veteran, Russo oversees concept to delivery of projects and services in an area spanning 50,000 square miles of the Texas coast from Louisiana to Mexico, encompassing 16 congressional districts, valued at approximately $350 million annually to sustain navigation economics that are vital to the nation, while managing coastal risk reduction, ecosystem restoration, regulatory functions, emergency operations, military construction and international and interagency services mission areas.



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Date Taken:01.22.2014

Date Posted:02.06.2014 10:05

Photo ID:1162418

VIRIN:140122-A-ZZ999-001

Resolution:3744x5616

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