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Author: James D'Ambrosio, Public Affairs Specialist
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  • November

    Environmental Review Board Makes First Visit to New York

    An organizational partnership comprised of federal, state, city, academia and non-governmental organizations provided the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, as a whole, information to bolster its environmental missions.
  • July

    New York's Reconstructed Marine Facility to Serve As Corps Training Site

    What do hydrographic surveys ― the scientific measurement and description of physical features at the bottom of bodies of water ― have to do with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and marine construction? In a word, plenty.
  • April

    Army Corps Celebrates Diversity Day

    Over 150 New York District employees assembled in the Weiss Federal Building in Manhattan in April and celebrated Diversity Day, an EEO-sponsored cultural event organized by an event committee designed to showcase the ethnic diversity of New York District.
  • December

    Army Corps engages students and promote STEM Careers

    For most New York City high school students, General Election Day is a day off and a time to take part in other activities. One group of 60 students from various schools in Manhattan used their time wisely on November 7th to learn more about careers in engineering and the sciences and attended the ‘Sixth Annual STEM Matters NYC Career Day’ offered at the New York District.
  • November

    A Modern, Resilient Facility Rises from Sandy's Ruins at Caven Point, NJ

    Five years after Hurricane Sandy destroyed much of the District’s Caven Point Marine Terminal in
  • April

    Army Corps Completes New Mission in Support of FEMA

    When the New York District responds to a federally-declared disaster, it’s usually to provide emergency assistance to communities such as rebuilding public facilities such as schools, and providing temporary shelter.
  • March

    Army Corps' New York District Courts Vendors at Small Business Industry Day

    The New York District recently held Small Business Industry Day where nearly 100 representatives from 50 companies in the greater New York-New Jersey area gathered to learn more about requirements for doing business with the District.
  • November

    NY District Environmental Residency teams with U.S. EPA to clean up contamination

    The New York District, headquartered in Lower Manhattan, is abuzz with activity, carrying out multiple missions at any one time (some highly visible), with nearly 350 people in Lower Manhattan office. But there’s another dimension of the District’s work that’s less visible: Contributions from staff in field offices spread across 26,500 square miles of NY, NJ, CT, MA and VT. One is the New Jersey Area Environmental Residency 30 miles south of New York City in East Brunswick, NJ, charged with remediating Superfund sites on behalf of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).