• April

    Louisville hosts Army Reserve partnering meeting

    On March 20, the Louisville District, Construction Division, Reserve Branch hosted an
  • New Army Reserve Center to open end of April

    The new Army Reserve Center, Taunton, Massachusetts, set to open by the end of April, will replace
  • Canandaigua Medical Center breaks ground

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District Commander Col. Antoinette Gant and Deputy District
  • Corps conducts prescribed burn at McAlpine Locks and Dam

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District, conducted a prescribed burn at the McAlpine
  • Carr Creek park ranger’s quick thinking minimized fire damage

    While on patrol March 5, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Carr Creek Lake Park Ranger Kevin Wright
  • Corps announces Olmsted ribbon cutting ceremony

    A ribbon cutting ceremony for the Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District Olmsted Locks and Dam
  • March

    David Kiefer recognized by National Society of Professional Engineers

    David Kiefer, PE, Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District, (holding plaque) was recognized as an
  • Camp Ravenna burning grounds repurposed for training ranges

    The Ravenna Army Ammunition Plant Environmental Restoration Team has earned high honors from the
  • February

    Collaboration with industry for Dam 52 repairs

    Intermittent closures at river navigation Locks and Dam 52, Brookport, Ill. throughout the fall of
  • January

    Open house welcomes contractors to Louisville district business opportunities

    More than 300 contractors attended the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District Businesses Opportunities Open House, Jan. 18, at the Marriott Downtown Hotel, Louisville, where the District Commander sang a few notes from Disney’s High School Musical song, “We’re all in this together.”
  • Soldiers outreach for meet and greet at St. Joseph's

    On Jan. 18 six Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District Soldiers reported for duty, not at the district, but at the St. Joseph Children’s Home, Louisville, as part of military outreach in the community.
  • November

    USACE IA Team inspires young interpreter's career plans

    After Hurricane Maria, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was tasked to assist with inspecting and evaluating the damage to the island’s schools. While inspecting a school in Coamo in the southern part of the island, the Infrastructure Assessment team left a lasting impression on one particular student.
  • October

    Waugoshance remedial investigation underway

    The Louisville District is conducting a remedial investigation to determine the nature and extent of unexploded ordnance that may exist on land and underwater at the former Waugoshance Point Target near Mackinaw City, Michigan.
  • Full Facility Restoration complete at Fort Totten

    An Army Reserve Center project was planned and executed to fully restore an Organizational Maintenance Shop (OMS) and Area Maintenance Support Activity (AMSA). The facility was constructed at the 2,100-personnel, Fort Totten Army Reserve Center, Fort Totten, New York, near New York City on Long Island.
  • Air Force Reserve earns kudos at end of year

    In the spring of 2016, the Air Force Reserve asked the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville
  • Louisville employees support Blue Roof mission in Irma’s wake

    Since Hurricane Irma struck Florida in early September, 31 counties have been declared disaster areas, and Louisville District Corps of Engineers employees have deployed to support the Jacksonville District as they manage the blue roof program for FEMA.
  • Louisville debris experts aid hurricane recovery

    When disaster strikes, the U.S. government responds, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is a vital part of that National Response Framework. Now, teams from the Corps are working around the clock to support the recovery from September’s catastrophic hurricanes – Irma, which devastated the U.S. Virgin Islands and parts of Florida, and Maria, which tore through Puerto Rico two weeks later. The Louisville District has taken on the debris removal mission in these areas, coordinating with FEMA and local partners. Twenty-two district employees have deployed to the Caribbean, and more are on the way.
  • Louisville District builds new homes at Rock Island

    Thirty-three new single-family homes are currently under construction along the Mississippi River between the Col. Davenport House and Quarters One. Construction on the subdivision’s 21 three-bedroom and 12 four-bedroom homes started Dec. 1, 2016, and is expected to near completion by spring of next year. The $22.8 million contract includes new underground utilities for the site, new streets, a walking trail, playground, bus stop and basketball court.
  • School in session at Kingsolver Elementary

    On September 14 students, parents and staff at Kingsolver Elementary came together for a much anticipated ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new state-of-the-art school at Fort Knox, Kentucky.
  • Dam 52 back in business following closures

    After intermittent closures at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Locks and Dam 52, Brookport, Illinois, the main lock chamber is now back in service and open to navigation traffic.