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    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Charleston District      

    Charleston, SC, US  

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    Recent Images

    USGS testing

    USGS testing

    05.22.2012 | Photo by Sean McBride
    The U.S. Geological Survey performed testing in Charleston Harbor to aid the district in the collection of environmental information for the Post...

    Recent Videos

    Sweetgrass Pulling Day

    Sweetgrass Pulling Day

    09.08.2014 | Video by Sean McBride
    The Charleston District hosted the Inaugural Sweetgrass Pulling Day at the St. Stephen Powerhouse where members of the Sweetgrass Cultural Arts...
    I Don't Do It

    I Don't Do It

    05.13.2014 | Courtesy Video
    Did you know that texting while driving is now the leading cause of death for teen drivers? Did you know that you are 23 times more likely to be...
    Safety in Afghanistan

    Safety in Afghanistan

    01.01.2011 | Video by Sean McBride
    This video documents the work being done in Afghanistan by USACE civilian volunteers in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. USACE civilians...

    Recent News Stories

    Digging into Post 45

    Digging into Post 45

    11.12.2012 | Story by Sean McBride
    The Charleston District manages many projects in the public eye that have crucial impacts on our nation. One of the district’s most prominent...

    Managing the permitting process

    11.12.2012 | Story by Sean McBride
    When one thinks of historic rice fields, images of vast expanses of wetlands full of waterfowl, shore birds, and other wildlife often come to mind. When one thinks of the regulatory permitting process, a lengthy and complicated issue often comes to mind. The Charleston District hopes to change the latter with the recent issuance of the Managed Tidal Impoundment General Permit.

    Folly Beach Post-Superstorm Sandy assessment complete

    11.06.2012 | Courtesy Story
    Upon completion of a post-storm assessment after the effects of Superstorm Sandy, the Charleston District has determined that the estimated sand loss to the federal project at Folly Beach is approximately 75,000-100,000 cubic yards. In order to restore Folly Beach to pre-Sandy conditions, the District estimates that it would cost $2.7-3.5 million to replace the lost sand. In comparison, Hurricane Irene caused an estimated 300,000-350,000...