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Corps of Engineers annual budget warrants cautious optimism
Corps of Engineers annual budget warrants cautious optimism

The President’s 2017 budget request for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers appears to bode well for the architecture, engineering and construction industry.

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Active involvement in professional organization is a must for any serious engineer
Active involvement in professional organization is a must for any serious engineer

Why am I active in professional organizations when my job doesn’t require it and I am so busy?

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Amistad Dam safety modification study provides learning opportunity
Amistad Dam safety modification study provides learning opportunity

For the past six months, we have been assisting Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with a dam safety modification study of Amistad Dam on the Rio Grande River.

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Connecting a local utility and military installation through privatization
Connecting a local utility and military installation through privatization

A local utility provider may be near a military installation, but the installation has its own water supply and is taking care of its own water and wastewater treatment.

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Privatization offers growth opportunities for local utilities
Privatization offers growth opportunities for local utilities

Local utility providers may have an opportunity for additional revenue and enhancing community ties through utility privatization at military installations.

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Complex dam diversion project addresses safety issues
Complex dam diversion project addresses safety issues

We’ve been working on a complex diversion tunnel investigation that involves the structural, geological, mechanical and electrical evaluation of a 44-year-old diversion tunnel and low level outlet facility.

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Advantages of authorship: Temporary spillway closure systems
Advantages of authorship: Temporary spillway closure systems

Miro Kurka recently wrote an article, Solutions for Temporary Closure Systems that was published in The Military Engineer magazine.

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US Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works budget 2017 released: It’s not bad
US Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works budget 2017 released: It’s not bad

President Obama’s fiscal year 2017 budget for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works released. Before you panic, remember that the “President proposes, Congress disposes”.

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Improving infrastructure resilience key issue for military engineers
Improving infrastructure resilience key issue for military engineers

Society of American Military Engineers posted their 2020 Strategic Plan identifying infrastructure resilience as a top goal.

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You won the Corps of Engineers contract, now what?
You won the Corps of Engineers contract, now what?

Working for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers can be as challenging as winning a contract.

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