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3D models bring new dimension to Civil Works projects 3D models bring new dimension to Civil Works projects
A three dimensional rendering of the Addicks and Barker Dam water outlet designed by Adam Smith.
District structural engineer visits STEM summer camp to talk about bridges District structural engineer visits STEM summer camp to...
Chris Strunk, a structural engineer with the Tulsa District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, speaks to youngsters at the Cascia Hall science, technology, engineering,...
Engineering camp visits Keystone Dam Engineering camp visits Keystone Dam
Sarah Cary, a mechanical engineer assigned to Keystone Dam with the Tulsa District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers provides a tour of the hydroelectric powerhouse to...
Harvesting rain and sun at Fort Sill Harvesting rain and sun at Fort Sill
The two 50,000 gallon rainwater collection tanks before installation at the Thermal High Altitude Air Defense (THAAD) project. (Photo by Brant Purdum)
Webbers Falls rehabilitation nearly two-thirds complete Webbers Falls rehabilitation nearly two-thirds complete
A recently installed Kaplan-type slant-axis turbine at Webbers Falls. Rehabilitation on one of three turbines at the hydroelectric dam is complete and accepted, while...
SAME young members’ field trip provides exposure to real-life engineering SAME young members’ field trip provides exposure to...
Members of the Tulsa Society of Military Engineers (SAME) chapter and their young members tour the construction site for the replacement of the Highway 151 Bridge...


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Artificial nesting platforms built for endangered birds Artificial nesting platforms built for endangered birds
Video by Nate Herring, Public Affairs Specialist and Kyle Dunlap, Public Affairs Intern DENISON, Texas- The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the U.S. Army Corps of...
New Mechanical Systems to Help Trout Fishery Below Tenkiller Dam New Mechanical Systems to Help Trout Fishery Below...
The stream below Tenkiller Dam in Okla. is home to a popular trout fishery; however, during the 2011 drought, low dissolved oxygen levels, and high water temperatures...
Taking Water Safety to the Troops Taking Water Safety to the Troops
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Southwestern Division water safety team held its division-wide water safety event as part of the Wings over McConnell 2012 Open House...
Corps partners in free event to help kids appreciate outdoor activities Corps partners in free event to help kids appreciate...
Hundreds of children and their families were treated to a weekend’s worth of free outdoor activities at the Outdoor Kansas for Kids event Sept. 8 and 9 at Tulsa...


Recent News Stories

3D models bring new dimension to Civil Works projects 3D models bring new dimension to Civil Works projects
Engineers from the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers are using three dimensional modeling to plan Civil Works projects, save resources and minimize costs. Adam Smith,...
District structural engineer visits STEM summer camp to talk about bridges District structural engineer visits STEM summer camp to...
On the day some Tulsa-area middle school students learned about building bridges at their summer science camp, they benefited from a visit by a structural engineer...
Tulsa-area engineering camp visits Keystone Dam Tulsa-area engineering camp visits Keystone Dam
A summer camp focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM careers, visited Keystone Dam to learn about the types of career opportunities...
Harvesting rain and sun at Fort Sill Harvesting rain and sun at Fort Sill
At Fort Sill, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is taking positive steps to increase energy efficiency and preserve resources by harvesting rain and sunlight.
Webbers Falls rehabilitation nearly two-thirds complete Webbers Falls rehabilitation nearly two-thirds complete
Workers at the Webbers Falls Powerhouse have completed more than 60 percent of the required upgrades on turbines and generators scheduled for rehabilitation. The...
SAME young members’ field trip provides exposure to real-life engineering SAME young members’ field trip provides exposure to...
It wasn’t the average field trip recently when a group of students visited a Tulsa District construction site and got to see first-hand the implementation of...


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New mechanical systems to help trout fishery below...
The stream below Tenkiller Dam in Okla. is home to a popular trout fishery; however, during the 2011 drought, low dissolved oxygen levels, and high water temperatures...