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Civil War fort now safer to visit Civil War fort now safer to visit
The New England District and Tantara Associated Corporation installed fall protection barricade railings all over Fort Rodman, New Bedford, Mass., in an effort to...
Watertown FUDS property, remediated, returned to residents Watertown FUDS property, remediated, returned to residents
Buildings are demolished as part of the remedial action plan for the Watertown GSA Formerly Used Defense Site.
District team attends local STEM event to listen and learn District team attends local STEM event to listen and learn
Conference attendees ask questions and get information during the networking session during the Women in STEM Event, Bentley University in Waltham, Mass., Oct. 21, 2014.
Boy Scout completes river trail parking lot upgrades Boy Scout completes river trail parking lot upgrades
Completed project area showing newly installed wood posts and rails along with new lawn area. Newly installed Kiosk (side view) is third in row.
New England District team observes Native American Heritage New England District team observes Native American Heritage
Lt. Col. Charles Gray presents keynote speaker Shelly Lowe with a Bunker Hill certificate during the Native American Heritage Month observance in the New England...
Thames River Barrier in London, U.K. Thames River Barrier in London, U.K.
Rosemary Schmidt, chief, Geology and Chemistry Section, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District, tours the Thames River Barrier in London, U.K., as a...


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Ender's Island Hurricane and Storm Damage Reduction Project Ender's Island Hurricane and Storm Damage Reduction Project
A masonry seawall protects the property and facilities of St. Edmund’s Retreat on Ender's Island in Mystic, Conn., from storms, but the wall is currently in poor...
Industry Day on Hurricane Sandy breakwater/jetty projects brings out the bidders Industry Day on Hurricane Sandy breakwater/jetty...
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District hosted a Small Business Industry Day for potential Hurricane Sandy breakwater/jetty projects on June 13, at its...
Fox Point Hurricane Barrier in Providence at work Fox Point Hurricane Barrier in Providence at work
B-roll of an angry Narragansett Bay and the pump station with one pump running at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers New England District's Fox Point Hurricane Barrier...


Recent News Stories

Civil War fort now safer to visit 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. The district and its...
New England District team observes Native American Heritage New England District team observes Native American Heritage
Shelly Lowe, executive director of the Harvard University Native American Program, visited the New England District to serve as keynote speaker at the Equal...
New England District holds Hispanic Heritage Month...
In observance of Hispanic Heritage Month, Ruth Ann Brien, Hispanic Heritage Program Manager and Jacqueline DiDomenico, EEO Officer, invited Haxel Estavillo to serve...
Boy Scout completes river trail parking lot upgrades Boy Scout completes river trail parking lot upgrades
Sturbridge Boy Scout Chris Sutter has taken a major step towards earning the rank of Eagle Scout by completing his required service project -- making upgrades and...
District team attends local STEM event to listen and learn District team attends local STEM event to listen and learn
Getting young people interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) careers is a high priority for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Engineers and...
Watertown FUDS property, remediated, returned to residents 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...



Recent Publications

Yankee Engineer - 05.01.2015
Yankee Engineer - 05.01.2015
This issue includes: • Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work STEM Event • Yankee Voices oEmployee Spotlight – Grace Bowles, Engineering/Planning Division ...
Yankee Engineer - 04.01.2015
Yankee Engineer - 04.01.2015
In this edition: Cape Cod Canal Lifts Ice Restrictions after Brutal Winter Social media guidance for federal employees Employee Spotlight: Sarah Rudner, Human...
Yankee Engineer - 03.16.2015
Yankee Engineer - 03.16.2015
March 2015 Edition of the YANKEE ENGINEER This issue includes: -Cape Cod Canal Maintenance Dredging Under District Consideration -Yankee Voices o Employee...
Yankee Engineer - 03.02.2015
Yankee Engineer - 03.02.2015
Yankee Engineer – Year in Review 2014 This issue includes: - Change in Leadership - Project Highlights - Activities in the Field - Regulatory Activities -...
Yankee Engineer - 02.25.2015
Yankee Engineer - 02.25.2015
February 2015 edition of the Yankee Engineer. In this issue: •Historic Blizzard pummels New England •Yankee Voices... oVietnam 50th Commemoration oHuman...
Yankee Engineer - 01.30.2015
Yankee Engineer - 01.30.2015
Ribbon Cutting on Renovated VA Medical Facility in Providence; iDams Improves Dam Safety Inspection Reports Speed; Celebrating the Season with Special Holiday Gala; and...