Lt. Col. Jeffrey Palazzini recently assumed command of the Charleston District as the 87th commander and district engineer. He brings with him a wealth of military and civilian experience and most recently served as the deputy commander at the Sacramento District. He plans to get out and meet the team and continuing the great work that was left to him.
Palazzini Change of Command
Lt. Col. Jeffrey Palazzini recently assumed command of the Charleston District as the 87th commander and district engineer. He brings with him a wealth of military and civilian experience and most recently served as the deputy commander at the Sacramento District. He plans to get out and meet the team and continuing the great work that was left to him.
70 Years Young
70 Years Young
Leroy Pinckney has been working for the Charleston District since 1988 and is 70 years old. He loves his job so much that he doesn't want to leave and he always puts a smile on everyone's face. He is a powerplant technician at our St. Stephen Powerhouse, making sure we don't have any issues that will cause problems providing power to nearly 40,000 people.
Interstate 73 Permit Issued
Interstate 73 Permit Issued
The Charleston District recently permitted the proposed Interstate 73 project from the South Carolina Department of Transportation. Interstate 73 will eventually connect Myrtle Beach, SC, to Detroit, Mich. and cross many states.
Brig. Gen. Diana Holland Becomes New SAD Commander
Brig. Gen. Diana Holland Becomes New SAD Commander
Brig. Gen. Diana Holland is the new commander of the USACE South Atlantic Division. She brings with her a wealth of knowledge and is passionate about people. She wants to take USACE into the future. She's also a big proponent of social media and sat down with us to talk about her ideas.
Fort Jackson Celebrates 100 Years
Fort Jackson Celebrates 100 Years
Fort Jackson turned 100 years old this year and the Charleston District has been aiding them since the beginning. The Charleston District initially constructed Camp Jackson and has been handling the military construction duties at the Fort since 2008, building and renovating facilities that help in the training of 50,000 Soldiers going through Basic Training each year.
Rep. Garret Graves Visits Charleston
Rep. Garret Graves Visits Charleston
Rep. Garret Graves from Louisiana visited Charleston to take a look at Charleston Harbor and several District projects. Graves is Chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment, which oversees water resources development and regulatory programs administered by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Ready to Respond
Ready to Respond
Michael Hind was recently named the new chief of emergency management for the Charleston District. He is the poster child for working your way up in an organization. He started his career as an admin assistant in Charleston and took advantage of every opportunity he had. Now he has a lot of ideas for making the emergency management program better.

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Welcome to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Charleston District's website. Here you'll find a wealth of information concerning our mission areas, how to conduct business with the Corps, locations, photos, projects and news. To help you locate items of interest, we've included a list below of the most frequently requested topics. Click on the graphic icons to learn more.

 

 
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