SEATTLE - Contract specialist Mary Hesser describes working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, as “getting into the gates of heaven.”
The Tacoma Harbor Navigation Improvement Project reached a major milestone this week with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lt. Gen. Scott A. Spellmon’s signing of the project’s Chief of Engineers’ Report May 26.
Jason Anderson, mechanical engineer with the Corps' Seattle district, credits the Corps' "People First" focus as its biggest attraction. Anderson works in technical quality, serving resident and project offices on Joint Base Lewis- McChord, Tacoma, Washington. (Photo courtesy Jason Anderson)
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is the Nation’s leading provider of outdoor recreation with over 400 lake and river projects in 43 states and over 370 million visitors per year.
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