Archive: 2013
  • October

    Military Appreciation Night at the Riverdogs

    Charleston District employees enjoyed a fun night at the Charleston Riverdogs’ Military Appreciation
  • Providing Support to Deployees and Their Families

    When you are deployed and your loved ones who are left behind need assistance, who can you turn to?
  • Meet Our: Jim Carter

    What is your position? Power (Operations) Project Manager of the Cooper River Rediversion Project in
  • A Real Life Paradise

    Thomas Jefferson once wrote, “Agriculture is our wisest pursuit, because it will, in the end,
  • The First Two Standing

    When Joe Reasoner and Ed Davis enrolled in Trident Technical College, they didn’t know each other,
  • Inspection of Completed Works: Why maintaining projects is important

    A little-known and little-understood program at the Charleston District is known as “Inspection of
  • Saving Edisto Beach

    Imagine if you are at your favorite beach and everyday nearly 40 dump trucks haul the sand away from
  • Haile Gold Mine

    It was a packed house when nearly 400 residents of Kershaw, S.C., and Lancaster County, S.C., piled
  • Vice President Joe Biden's Visit

    Secret service, police, security check points, lots of media, four politicians, one Army general,
  • From the Commander

    Greetings! Time flies, it’s hard to believe I have been in command for three months and we are now
  • FY13: By the Numbers

    Civil WorksCharleston Harbor• Dredging:    o Dredged 630,000 cubic yards of material from lower
  • Testing a Team

    A crisis can really test a team, and when there was an oil spill at the St. Stephen Powerhouse, the
  • August

    Playing it Safe

    Charleston District Safety Officer John Lindsay has one main goal – ensure that safety is the number
  • Little Pieces of Home

    Siamak “Mak” Araghi knows it is very important to have little pieces of home when you are far away.
  • "Phenomenal to work with"

    A decade’s worth of accumulated sediment in Hilton Head’s Harbour Town Marina, Baynard Cove Creek
  • Innovative Partnerships

    In 2008, the military construction mission at Fort Jackson, in Columbia, S.C., was turned over to
  • Raising our Efforts

    *Second in a two-part series on the Charleston Harbor Post 45 Deepening ProjectThe Capt’n Ray made
  • Renourishment is no Folly

    Sometimes even Mother Nature loses to modern technology.The Fiscal Year 2013 Work Plan was released
  • Creating an Environment

    On July 11th, Lt. Col. John T. Litz assumed command of the Charleston District from Lt. Col. Edward
  • STEM: Sharing the Engineering Motive

    “So what would you like to know?” This is the question I was asked repeatedly over a two week