Archive: 2014
  • November

    Charleston District FY 14 Accomplishments

    Charleston District FY14 Year in Review Civil WorksCharleston Harbor    ·  Dredging:    o  
  • October

    14 Things You Didn't Know About the Charleston District at the End of FY 14

    Because who DOESN’T want to know more about the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers? 1. Total Expenditures
  • September

    Workforce Recruitment Program

    Going to school is about getting a job, but if you don’t take a typical path through school, you
  • Prime Power

    This Thursday morning in September is like most weekday mornings at Williamsburg County Magnet
  • August

    Establishing a Work/Life Balance

    Summer has almost come to an end. School is starting again soon. This means the end of our
  • July

    A Scout is...

    A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty,
  • Family Readiness is more than you know

    When you think of Family Readiness, I am sure you think it only pertains to deployed personnel and
  • What makes a good leader?

    “I feel there are many components to leadership; the most important ones to me are integrity,
  • Rolling Over

    Earlier this year, the Charleston District’s St. Stephen Powerhouse hydropower units hit 999,999
  • Immerse Yourself

    The plumes of dust flying through the air didn’t seem to bother the radiant butterflies floating
  • Don't hang your boat out to dry

    How many times have you been ready for a great day out on the water, but when you put your boat in,
  • Always ready to respond

    While hurricane season is only from June 1st to November 30th, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • Handy Hurricane Help

    The wind is howling; rain is pouring through the windows; trees are falling down all around you!
  • Meet the RAMbLr

    The Charleston District’s survey section is no stranger to using advanced visualization technologies
  • Serving our customer; no job too small

    Updating security systems, replacing carpeting and installing access ladders are all small projects
  • June

    Leading the Way

    To put student’s education into action, Project Lead the Way, a non-profit organization, was created
  • Making Connections

    On March 12, I took a break from classes at Clemson University to shadow at the U.S. Army Corps of
  • Cougars Pounce on Folly Beach

    Students from College of Charleston’s Water Use Law class took a rare field trip to Folly Beach to
  • Recruiting America's Future Engineers

    What do you get when Clemson University, North Carolina State University, local construction/A&E
  • Testing a Load

    Picture frames, birdhouses and pencil holders are a few items that can be made from craft sticks and