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Risk cadre renews commitment to Corps' most vulnerable structures Risk cadre renews commitment to Corps' most vulnerable...
Members of the Savannah District's risk cadre team observe newly placed riprap slope protection placed to prevent erosion on a steep slope at the Beach City Dam in...
Savannah's power team generates national recognition Savannah's power team generates national recognition
Matthew Rorick (back), Jason Lavecchia (front) and Jimmy Luo of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District work to provide emergency power to areas...
CSS Georgia's parting shot CSS Georgia's parting shot
A row of 6.4-inch Brooke shells wait in buckets filled with seawater prior to being inerted, Nov. 4. Technicians inerted 170 Brooke shells and Dahlgren projectiles in...
Junior engineers grow competent in USACE developmental program Junior engineers grow competent in USACE developmental...
Capt. Joshua Moore (right) and 2nd Lt. Thomas Zarack (left), both part of the Technical Engineer Competency Development Program, pose at the site of Fort Gordon’s...
Mechanized recovery reveals more of CSS Georgia's gems Mechanized recovery reveals more of CSS Georgia's gems
Archaeologists with Panamerican Consultants, Inc. spray down pieces of the CSS Georgia’s armor or 'casemate' during the mechanized recovery phase, Sept. 24. The...
Preconstruction monitoring study moves deepening forward Preconstruction monitoring study moves deepening forward
The Corps and U.S. Geological Survey installed a monitoring network to asses water quality in strategic locations (shown here) throughout the Savannah River estuary.


Recent Video

Recipe for Conservation: Inerting CSS Georgia's Munitions Recipe for Conservation: Inerting CSS Georgia's Munitions
A team of engineers and technicians spent two months inerting 170 Dahlgren and 6.4-inch Brooke projectiles that Navy divers recovered from the CSS Georgia this...
Shore Stabilization Project Protects Fort Pulaski’s Heritage Shore Stabilization Project Protects Fort Pulaski’s...
Fort Pulaski's historic North Wharf on Sept. 25, 2015 (before) and Oct. 26, 2015 (after) the shoreline stabilization project, which restored approximately a mile and...
CSS Georgia Mechanized Recovery CSS Georgia Mechanized Recovery
The mechanized portion is one of the final phases of the CSS Georgia’s recovery that will remove the ironclad prior to deepening the Savannah harbor. Workers...
Savannah harbor deepening begins: Welcome aboard the Dredge Alaska Savannah harbor deepening begins: Welcome aboard the...
As part of the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project, dredging for the outer harbor began Sept. 10 onboard the cutter head dredge Alaska. The vessel is situated...
Play Safe, Play Smart: Wear Your Life Jacket 2 Play Safe, Play Smart: Wear Your Life Jacket 2
A simple slip can turn a fun day at the lake into a nightmare. Miss South Carolina, Miss Georgia Southern, and Miss Southeast, along with officials from the Corps...
Play Safe, Play Smart: Wear Your Life Jacket 1 Play Safe, Play Smart: Wear Your Life Jacket 1
Miss South Carolina, Miss Georgia Southern, and Miss Southeast, along with officials from the Corps of Engineers, the Georgia and South Carolina Department of Natural...


Recent News Stories

Risk cadre renews commitment to Corps’ most vulnerable structures Risk cadre renews commitment to Corps’ most vulnerable...
Across the Corps’ portfolio of dams and levees requiring rehabilitation, a risk cadre team here sets out to identify issues that could lead to further degradation...
Savannah’s power team generates national recognition Savannah’s power team generates national recognition
As the Northeast confronted the trauma of Superstorm Sandy in 2012, the Savannah District’s emergency power team mobilized as part of an interagency response to...
CSS Georgia's parting shot CSS Georgia's parting shot
Ben Redmond and Matt Christiansen are breathing a little easier now that the most dangerous part of their job is over. The pair, along with a handful of engineers...
Shore stabilization project protects Fort Pulaski’s...
Officials at Fort Pulaski National Monument have gained precious ground thanks to a multiagency project that wrapped up this week.
Junior engineers grow competent in USACE developmental program Junior engineers grow competent in USACE developmental...
The pair have had an ascendant year in their professional lives.
Mechanized recovery reveals more of CSS Georgia's gems Mechanized recovery reveals more of CSS Georgia's gems
Six days a week, Loren Clark comes home covered in mud, soaked in seawater and physically exhausted from 12 hours of hard labor.