On July 10, 2015, Lt. Col. Matthew W. Luzzatto assumed command of the Charleston District.
Continuing Responsible Management
On July 10th, Lt. Col. Matthew W. Luzzatto assumed command of the Charleston District from Lt. Col. John T. Litz, becoming the District’s 86th Commander and District Engineer.
Post 45: Going Forward
Post 45: Going Forward
On June 25th, the USACE Civil Works Review Board unanimously agreed with the Charleston District’s recommendation and approved the release of Final Integrated Feasibility Report and Environmental Impact Statement and the proposed Chief’s Report, which recommend deepening portions of the federal channel to 52 feet.
See with my own eyes.
See with my own eyes
Sannie Rivas completed a STEM internship with the Charleston District for school where she spent two weeks learning about all the different aspects of what we do. Learn more about her journey.
Diligence and Ardor
Diligence and Ardor
The Charleston District is currently working with Coastal Carolina University in searching for a new sand source for future beach renourishments on Folly Beach and for emergencies.
Two Charleston District employees are avid sailors of the water around the city. Learn more about their story.
Where the wind takes us
10 knots or 45 knots; you never know what a day sailing on the water is going to give you. Referring to wind speed, not a tied piece of rope, no day on the water is ever the same. The wind could be gusting or the waves could be choppy, but for two sailors at the Charleston District, that’s just fine.
Recognizing Public Servants
Recognizing Public Servants
The Charleston District participated in the inaugural Federal Executives Association Exhibition where dozens of federal agencies in Charleston came out to showcase what they do for the public.
The A-Team takes on Hawaii
The A-Team takes on Hawaii
Several members of the Charleston District volunteered to go to Hawaii to help with a new mission that required expertise. They were dubbed "The A-Team" by the locals.

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