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    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District      

    Seattle , WA, US  

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    Current Personnel:

    Orville Collins
    Patricia Graesser

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    Recent Images

    Celebrating Engineers Week

    Celebrating Engineers Week

    02.21.2018 | Photo by Kasey Krall
    Mechanical Engineer Michael Weigley (left) and Electrical Engineer Darim Yi work together to construct a popsicle stick bridge during an Engineers...
    Ham I Am

    Ham I Am

    03.01.2018 | Photo by Kasey Krall
    Lock and Dam Operator Leo Stull, USACE Seattle District employee, at Lake Washington Ship Canal.
    Going for the Gold

    Going for the Gold

    06.02.2018 | Photo by Kasey Krall
    Nia is presented with a medal at the Special Olympics Washington Summer Games 2018 in Tacoma June 2.

    Recent News Stories

    Corps of Engineers upgrade Kellogg Central...

    11.15.2018 | Story by Aaron Lawrence
    In an effort to remove heavy metals and provide cleaner water to Idaho’s Coeur D’Alene River, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ officials are supervising the dismantling and corresponding upgrade of an existing central treatment plant in Kellogg, Idaho.
    Going for the Gold

    Going for the Gold

    07.03.2018 | Story by Kasey Krall
    Nia Brettmann, daughter of Seattle District Senior Water Manager Ken Brettmann, earned the chance to compete in the Special Olympics USA Summer...

    Going for the Gold

    07.03.2018 | Story by Kasey Krall
    Nia Brettmann, daughter of Seattle District Senior Water Manager Ken Brettmann, earned the chance to compete in the Special Olympics USA Summer Games 2018 held in Seattle during the first week of July.

    Seattle District supports new family in Aguadilla

    04.01.2018 | Story by Dallas Edwards
    In September 2017, Puerto Rico was hit by back-to-back hurricanes, Irma and Maria. The island suffered catastrophic damage, which left most of the island without power. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers identified a need for the Aguadilla Area Office and chose Seattle District to set up and lead it in support of power and restoration efforts in the western part of the island.

    Corps awards $112 million contract for nation’s...

    03.15.2018 | Story by William Dowell
    SEATTLE – A contract to build the largest trap-and-haul fish passage facility in the nation was awarded by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials here March 14, 2018. The project will transport Endangered Species Act-listed and other fish around Mud Mountain Dam near Buckley, Washington. Kiewit Infrastructure West Company’s $112 million bid and construction plan for project completion by December 2020 earned it the contract award.
    Ham I Am

    Ham I Am

    03.01.2018 | Story by Kasey Krall
    USACE Seattle District's Leo Stull, lock and dam operator at Lake Washington Ship Canal, is a ham radio operator and enthusiast.

    Recent Publications

    Flagship - 06.27.2019

    Flagship - 06.27.2019

    Progress on the Mud Mountain Dam Fish Passage Facility, Mosul Dam deployees return and the Locks summer concert schedule.
    Flagship - 07.01.2018

    Flagship - 07.01.2018

    Nia Brettmann, daughter of Seattle District Senior Water Manager Ken Brettmann, goes for the gold in the Special Olympics. Also, the District...
    Flagship - 04.01.2018

    Flagship - 04.01.2018

    A contract to build the largest trap-and-haul fish passage facility in the nation was awarded by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Plus, read about...
    Flagship - 01.01.2018

    Flagship - 01.01.2018

    Learn about the Corps’ Survey Vessel Shoalhunter. Plus, see the Chittenden Locks drained for maintenance and the Chief Joseph Dam eagle survey.
    Flagship - 03.01.2016

    Flagship - 03.01.2016

    Seattle District says farewell to Olton Swanson and learn how the Corps is preserving wildlife habitat in Willapa Bay.
    Flagship - 09.01.2014

    Flagship - 09.01.2014

    This issue features the Joint Base Lewis-McChord wastewater treatment plant project, opportunities in Okinawa and the Regional Leadership...
    Flagship - 06.01.2014

    Flagship - 06.01.2014

    Read about the Howard Hanson Dam climate change study, Libby Dam STEM Day and a feature on Tim Grube.