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Author: Kenneth Williams
  • March

    Memphis, Charleston Districts Collaborate | Delivering greater value

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is a world-class organization offering one of the most diverse mission sets in the federal government — delivering vital engineering solutions to secure the nation, energize our economy, and reduce disaster risk. We accomplish this, in part, by overcoming challenges through teamwork, innovation, knowledge, technology, and collaboration. The Charleston District visited the Memphis District at its Ensley Engineer Yard from March 21 to 22 to explore the capabilities of its world-class Marine Maintenance Facility. The positive meeting started a promising new collaborative relationship that will deliver greater value for the nation.
  • January

    Flood risk management star recognition

    Earlier this week, the Memphis District hosted a Flood Risk Management exercise involving multiple federal organizations including the Mississippi Valley Division. Mississippi Valley Division Commander Maj. Gen. Diana Holland (far left) recognized (from left to right) Memphis District Emergency Manager Kandi Waller, Hydraulics & Hydrology Branch Chief Mike Clay, and Captain Sean Tedtaotao for their superb planning and execution of the exercise. Memphis District Commander Col. Brian Sawser (far right) joined in to congratulate his team.
  • Haas named Memphis District Employee of the Month

    With December’s Employee of the Month selection, the script is sort of flipped with the “Recognizer-in-Chief” being recognized! Congratulations to Jessica Haas on her well-earned recognition as Memphis District’s Employee of the Month for December 2022!
  • April

    Memphis District’s new Operations Division Chief Andrea Williams

    Congratulations to Andrea Williams on her selection as the new Operations Division’s (OD) Chief!  Williams has served in the OD Chief position on temporary assignment since January.   
  • December

    Projects Completed: Pumping plant engine repairs

    Engines at Memphis District’s Huxtable and Graham Burke Pumping Plants needed extensive repairs to return the plants to full operation. Two service contracts were awarded and the Project Delivery Team, along with its local partners, has successfully reached project completion on both. Congratulations Team.
  • June

    MVM 2028 Initiatives: District team working to prevent electrical accidents

    With its 2028 Initiatives, the Memphis District is identifying and aggressively pursuing a range of innovative measures to equip it with the tools, training, and resources that enable it to deliver increasing value to the region and nation. One such initiative is its new Arc Flash Evaluation Project. The District has trained and resourced a team of arc flash analysis experts with the goal preventing electrical accidents at Corps facilities and sites.