Dredging the AIWW
Dredging the AIWW
The Charleston District recently completed the dredging of Breach Inlet and Jeremy Creek, two critical reaches in the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. This will allow for the safe passage of commercial and recreational vessels through these heavily-traveled areas.
Striving to be Different
Striving to be Different
Charleston District's Brad Ryczko, mechanical technician, recently volunteered to help the robotics team at West Ashley High School prepare for an upcoming competition by giving them advice on ways to improve their robots. The school says his dedication to their team will help them win the championship.
Fire Protection Engineering
Fire Protection Engineering
Charleston District's Jay Torner is a fire protection engineer who performs a unique duty by conducting engineering assessments and surveys for all facets of fire protection to protect our customers and their assets. This ultimately saves money for the taxpayer.
Two Female Survey Techs Making Their Mark
Two Female Survey Techs Making Their Mark
The Charleston District has two of the very few female survey technicians in the entire Corps of Engineers on their staff. The survey work they do is critical to keeping commerce and recreation safely moving through the Lowcountry.
The Diverse Work we do for the 81st RSC
The Diverse Work we do for the 81st RSC
The Charleston District does a wide variety of work for the 81st Regional Support Command throughout the southeastern United States, ranging from installing new HVAC systems to pumping sewage backups. Learn more about the work we do for the 81st RSC in nine states and Puerto Rico.
Working for ERDC
Working for ERDC
The Charleston District has recently "lost" two of its employees who have taken new jobs at ERDC, the Corps' Engineer Research and Development Center. Brandan Scully is a research civil engineer supporting the national dredging program, and Steven Currie is a research soil scientist working on regulatory issues that affect the whole Corps.
Exceeding Customer Service Expectations
Exceeding Customer Service Expectations
Josh Mueller went above and beyond his job description by completing the construction management program at Auburn University so that he would be better able to serve our customers. As a contract management specialist, he can now better-negotiate our construction contracts.

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