Bird Key Stono
Bird Key Stono
The Charleston District pumped sand from Folly River onto Bird Key Stono to renourish this protected bird nesting habitat. The area was in desperate need of more sand and the river needed dredged, so the Charleston District was able to use a beneficial use scenario to accomplish both at once.
Walls Cast at Pierce Terrace
Walls Cast at Pierce Terrace
The Charleston District is using two unique types of concrete wall construction on the new Pierce Terrace Elementary School at Fort Jackson. The District is using insulated concrete form walls and pre-cast concrete panels in an effort to be more efficient and increase durability.
Getting a Little "TNC" Can Make You Think
Getting a Little "TNC" Can Make You Think
Charleston District DDPM Lisa Metheney talked with a leader at The Nature Conservancy about some of the things the two agencies had in common and gave her an interesting perspective on what she needs to prepare for in the years to come.
The Greatest Generation
The Greatest Generation
George Isgitt, a former Charleston District employee, is still interested in the success of his former employer. He hasn't worked for the District since the 1940's, but he doesn't forget anything. His perspective is very interesting. Isgitt took this photo of a massive fire in downtown Charleston while working for the Corps.
Permitting the Upstate
Permitting the Upstate
The Charleston District recently opened a new regulatory satellite office in Greenville, SC. The office will be run by two Charleston District regulators who will cover nine counties. Opening an office in Greenville will save hundreds of hours of travel time each year and thousands of taxpayer dollars.
4th Annual Government Agencies Exhibition
4th Annual Government Agencies Exhibition
The 4th Annual Government Agencies Exhibition was a huge success at Liberty Square, showcasing federal and state government agencies to the public. Each agency had displays on site to show what they do for the public every day.
BG Holland Visits Charleston
BG Holland Visits Charleston
Brig. Gen. Diana Holland visited the Charleston District area of operations to see a number of projects the District is currently undertaking. She visited our St. Stephen Powerhouse, Folly Beach and Fort Jackson, as well as met with employees and talked to Ashley Hall School about her career.

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