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  • June

    Building the Future

    Greeted by the sounds of sawing, hammering and drilling as they entered the construction class at
  • S.T.E.M. on the Line

    Only 12 percent of engineers in the U.S. are women so it’s no wonder, according to the Girl Scout
  • Putting Students to the Test

    Lowcountry middle school students are transforming into engineers, economists and other roles as
  • Storming Through Folly Beach

    As students walked up to the pipes spewing sand and water and bulldozers pushing sand up the dunes,
  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

    A stem is what connects the life-producing roots to a beautiful flower for people to gaze upon in a
  • May

    Summer Safety Tips

    Boating Always wear a life jacket Don operate a boat under the influence of alcohol Take
  • March

    Looking Back... Looking Forward...

    "You can let things happen, make things happen, or wonder what happened." -UnknownAfter 39.5 years
  • Conveying Containers

    A crowd of nearly 200 people packed into the Chicora School of Communications in North Charleston,
  • Tipping our CAP to Polk Swamp

    You never know where new projects might come from at the Charleston District. Usually, they come
  • Public Workshop at Folly Beach

    On a picturesque day at Folly Beach, the Charleston District held a series of events for the Folly
  • Constructing Folly Beach

    There is a new type of CRAB on Folly Beach, but unlike the other crabs that reside there, this one
  • Beware of the Unusual Sea Creature

    An unusual creature is in Shem Creek-it’s green and orange, it’s loud, belches smoke and has a five
  • Serving Our Military Customers

    Each year, the Charleston District conducts customer satisfaction surveys with our customers.
  • Getting the Last Word

    "Phenomenon."That was the word that haunted Joseph Ebai for a year after the 2013 Berkeley County
  • Spring Safety

    Birds chirping, longer days and Azalea bushes blooming are all signs that spring is right around the
  • Honoring a Woman Deployed

    March is observed as Women’s History Month. In recognizing this, we know that women have served many