Seattle District flood response team assisted Skagit County representatives with developing plans to clear logs above a bridge in Skagit County, Nov. 14, 2021, to improve access and mitigate against creek bank erosion. Photo courtesy Seattle District Skagit Flood Response Team.
Construction on the single-span concrete arch, that replaced the two steel pipe culverts, continues as a U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster 3 flies over, as it departs Joint Base Lewis-McChord Airfield, Tacoma, Washington, around March 1, 2021. The original culverts, built in the 1950s, began eroding and thinning out, causing major structural issues and debris blockages to the runway and the Clover Creek stream that ran beneath it.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Seattle District Commander Col. Alexander ‘Xander’ Bullock and Robert “Rob” Frazier, pose while Frazier passes the buck, symbolizes he has relinquished his post as Resource Management Division chief back to the commander, during the district’s Corps Day awards ceremony, at its headquarters in Seattle, July 29, 2021. Before his official retirement, Frazier worked with Portland District as their acting resource management office chief.
Allison Pride, lead architect with USACE Seattle District’s design branch, will receive the 2022 Black Engineer of the Year Award (BEYA) in the Modern-Day Technology Leader category, for her commitment to the future of STEM by developing cutting-edge technology or doing research for leading industries. (Photo courtesy Kelvin Chan Photography)
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