Travis Hughes is the Regulatory Division Chief for the Charleston District.
Meet the New Regulatory Chief: Travis Hughes
Travis Hughes was recently selected as the new Regulatory Division Chief after the retirement of Tina Hadden after 33 years serving the Corps. Hughes isn't new to the field, started as a co-op student with the Wilmington District in 1994 and working his way up to Deputy Chief of the Regulatory Division at the Charleston District for the past nine years. He has held numerous positions in the Corps and knows the intricacies each level entails. Learn more about him and his leadership style in the questions and answers below!
Two More Milestones for Post 45
Two More Milestones for Post 45
The past two months have been huge for the Charleston Harbor Post 45 Deepening Project. Getting deeper and deeper into the phases of the project, the project hit two major milestones, which has officially moved Post 45 from the Feasibility Phase to the Preconstruction Engineering and Design Phase. Learn more...
Three Regulators Teaching Corps Prospect Courses
Three Regulators Teaching Corps Prospect Courses
Three of the 40 people in the entire Corps of Engineers that teach regulatory program PROSPECT courses are in the Charleston District. They teach a range of courses on different regulatory issues to people all throughout the Corps. Learn more about these three special individuals.
FY15 Year in Review
FY15 Year in Review
Every year, the Charleston District compiles a list of our accomplishments from the previous fiscal year. These include numbers about contracts, projects, personnel, community service and much more. In this infographic, you can see many of the highlights from various areas of our operations. Clicking over to the story will take you to the full list.
Mark Messersmith is the environmental lead for the Post 45 project. He compiled the data for and wrote much of the Final Report for Post 45. He was tasked with creating a report that fit into the Corps new standards for civil works projects, which meant undertaking a challenging and complex project in a new way.
The environmental lead for Post 45
Mark Messersmith is the environmental lead for the Post 45 project. He compiled the data for and wrote much of the Final Report for Post 45. He was tasked with creating a report that fit into the Corps new standards for civil works projects, which meant undertaking a challenging and complex project in a new way.
A day in the life of a Fort Jackson Soldier
A day in the life of a Fort Jackson Soldier
The Charleston District took over the military construction mission at Fort Jackson in 2008 and since then have constructed and renovated countless buildings. This is a fictional look at what a Soldier in Basic Training at Fort Jackson might experience using all buildings we've worked on.
Two students' perspectives on their STEM internships
Two students' perspectives on their STEM internships
The Charleston District had two student interns this fall. They went to various Charleston District projects as part of our STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) program, which looks to increase interest in STEM subjects and careers in America's youth.

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