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Army Corps of Engineers New York District continues its Coastal Restoration Mission Eight Years following Sandy
New York District continues its Coastal Restoration Mission Eight Years following Sandy.
Army Corps of Engineers Honored by Waterfront Alliance as ‘Heroes of the Harbor’
Army Corps honored by the Waterfront Alliance for its work and achievements.
Army Corps of Engineers New York District heralds the arrival of the largest container ship to Call in the Port
The CMA/CGM BRAZIL arrived at the Port of New York and New Jersey, Sept. 12. The arrival of the CMA/CGM Brazil was made possible as a result of the Harbor Deepening Project — a multi-year effort by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District and The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
Army Corps’ New York District continues its Coastal Restoration Mission
Since Hurricane Sandy 7 years ago, the Army Corps' New York District has performed its mission of coastal restoration and wrote the chapter on resiliency by restoring miles of shoreline and beach protection projects.
Army Corps workboat now serves as artificial reef
The M/V HUDSON embarks on second career as an artificial reef in the Atlantic Ocean off of Long Island, NY.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers restores a portion of East Rockaway Shoreline in time for hurricane season
Dredged material was beneficially used to restore section of heavily eroded shore to provide additional coastal storm risk reduction and increase resiliency.
Army Corps and partners celebrate ‘Estuary Day’
Army Corps New York District participates in Estuary Day.
Army Corps’ drift collection vessel assists with helicopter recovery
On March 12, 2018, crews from the Army Corps' drift collection DRIFTMASTER participated in an operation to recover a downed helicopter that crashed into the East River on Sunday, March 11, 2018. The operation was conducted in support of the Army Corps' agency partners: New York City Police Department Harbor Unit, New York City Fire Department Marine Bureau, and the U.S. Coast Guard Sector, N.Y.
Army Continues Momentum 5 Years after Superstorm Sandy
The District has built momentum to further enhance areas of resiliency and reducing risks from future coastal storms.
USACE New York District Accomplishes Major Coastal Restoration Projects over Past Three Years Empowered by Sandy Bill
New York District Accomplishes Major Coastal Restoration Projects.
Army Corps makes great strides during Two Years of Coastal Restoration following Sandy
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers made great strides and progress on its projects that were authorized and funded following Hurricane Sandy. The planning, projects and programs were vital, and several milestones were accomplished by several disciplined group of individuals and teams that used their expertise to successfully accomplish this critical mission.
Army Corps Completes Marsh Ecosystem Restoration at Soundview Park in the Bronx
Army Corps, Local Officials and Partners cut the ceremonial ribbon at Soundview Park, celebrating the completion of the $9 million ecosystem restoration project in the Bronx
Army Corps and Partners Celebrate ‘Estuary Day’
Army Corps and Partners Celebrate ‘Estuary Day’ in Elizabeth, New Jersey.
Army Corps participates in STEM Education at New Jersey High School
As part of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District's commitment in increasing awareness and inspiring students to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, New York district volunteers interacted with students from the Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical Academy and from Dwyer High School in Elizabeth, New Jersey.
Arthur Kill Channel Deepening Provides safe and economically efficient pathway for the newest generation of container ships
A dredge in the Arthur Kill Channel approaching the New York Container Terminal in waters off of Elizabeth, N.J. and Staten Island. The Arthur Kill Channel deepening effort is one of the last construction elements as part of a more extensive harbor-dredging project to create safe and efficient channels for a larger class of vessels that will be calling at the Port of New York and New Jersey.
Board on Coastal Engineering Research Discuss Hurricane Storm Response, Recovery and Resilience at New Jersey Venue
At Sea Bright, New Jersey, Lynn Bocamazo of New York District speaks with Maj. Gen. Michael Walsh, the Army Corps’ Deputy Commanding General for Civil and Emergency Operations during a group visit to the northern most part of the beach nourishment project. Discussed was what occurred during Sandy and areas exposed to tidal flooding from the Shrewsbury River on the backside of the Borough.
Army Corps Completes Bedrock Removal in the Kill Van Kull Channel
Container Ship Transits the Kill Van Kull Channel. Dredging work to remove bedrock to ease a bend in the Kill Van Kull Channel was successfully completed August 17th. The work was performed for the purpose of enhancing navigational safety and required removal of bedrock through drilling and underwater blasting on the northern side of the Kill Van Kull off of Bayonne, N.J.
Army Corps Dredged Material Used as a Natural Resource
Dredged rock material from the Army Corps' Harbor Deepening Project is a valued natural resource that is environmentally beneficial for the construction of artificial reefs
Recovery Field Office Completes Mammoth New York Debris Removal Mission
Debris removal in New York amounted to 5.25 million cubic yards of debris, enough to fill the Empire State Building three times.
Army Corps Celebrates Environmental Day
Students from local area schools spent the day interacting with the Army Corps and its partnering agencies and organizations at Environmental Day held in Elizabeth, N.J. The event generated awareness and provided information about the value of the environment, long term sustainability of the planet, and its current environmental status.