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Hurricanes increase costs associated Corps year-end contract awards
Hurricanes increase costs associated Corps year-end contract awards

Hurricanes are driving up the costs of construction labor, materials and equipment. This means USACE contracting officers are scrambling.

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Mead & Hunt recognized for outstanding contributions to military engineers
Mead & Hunt recognized for outstanding contributions to military engineers

Mead & Hunt was recognized by the Society of Military Engineers with the President’s Silver Medallion award for “Outstanding Contributions to SAME”.

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Challenging bulkhead design: Dam closure system at Broken Bow and Hugo Lakes
Challenging bulkhead design: Dam closure system at Broken Bow and Hugo Lakes

Tulsa District of the USACE would like to replace the bulkheads at Broken Bow and Hugo Lakes.

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Utility privatization benefits, substantial for utilities
Utility privatization benefits, substantial for utilities

Consider the benefits of adopting a public-private arrangement with a local military base to “share” your utility infrastructure.

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Win work by being ready for the federal fiscal year end
Win work by being ready for the federal fiscal year end

Anyone who chases federal contracts knows that the last three months of the federal fiscal year are the busiest. For success, you must be ready, responsive and flexible.

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Improving safety at Broken Bow
Improving safety at Broken Bow

The MH+MH Joint Venture investigated the tunnel using only non-destructive testing methods to estimate the critical geologic parameters and tunnel performance.

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US Army Corps of Engineers and the American Council of Engineering Companies sign partnership agreement
US Army Corps of Engineers and the American Council of Engineering Companies sign partnership agreement

ACEC sees USACE as an important federal partner. So together, we sought a common understanding of the issues that exist between our organizations.

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Acquisition and execution of federal engineering and construction contracts are changing
Acquisition and execution of federal engineering and construction contracts are changing

My review of the President’s Budget and the USACE Civil Works Budget suggests that acquisition and execution of federal contracts are changing.

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“Times They Are A-Changin” for federal infrastructure projects
“Times They Are A-Changin” for federal infrastructure projects

Architecture and engineering firms must face a significant change if they want to be prepared to help their federal clients.

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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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November 20, 2017