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The headquarters building for the SHIELD 5 missile defense project in Qatar. The SHIELD 5 program built missile defense infrastructure project was managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on behalf of Qatar. Large scale projects such as this, which involve multiple sites and a long construction schedule require significant analysis from the District's cost engineering team to provide an accurate assessment of cost.
Volunteers like MSG Shantae Allen are a vital asset for a stronger organization. Here she describes some key timeline events on the road to voting rights for other disenfranchised groups of Americans. This was part of the display developed by the Middle East District's Federal Women's Program Committee to mark Women's Equality Day in August.
Members of the 310th Engineering Detachment work on construction a Joint Air Ground Station building in Qatar. The building is being built using troop labor from a design from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District's Center of Standardization for Nonpermanent Facilities (COS). The COS maintains a library of off the shelf designs that can be adapted for almost any purpose. Using COS designs can save significant time and money in the construction process.
Engineers from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District and members of the Lebanese Armed Forces survey the port at Tripoli Naval Base during a visit in October 2020.
TAM Commander COL Philip Secrist presents a certificate to architect Angelivette Nieves-Viruet who completed the Leadership Development Program Tier I and graduated virtually from Puerto Rico.
The Middle East District works with the State Department's Office of Defense Cooperation-Lebanon to assist planning efforts for military sites for the Lebanese Armed Forces. Recently, the TAM team traveled and was able conduct assessments, working side by side with their Lebanese counterparts.

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Task Order awarded for HAZMAT Maintenance Facility in Kuwait
1/21/2021
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District (TAM) awarded a task order for a HAZMAT Maintenance Facility for the Kuwait Ministry of Defense, Jan. 20...
TAM awards contract for Logistics Complex in the State of Qatar
12/28/2020
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Middle East District (TAM) awarded a contract for a Trans-regional logistics complex center in the State of Qatar...
TAM Awards Task Order for Saudi Arabia forces
11/5/2020
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District awarded a task order for AE services for the Royal Saudi Land Forces Aviation Command (RSLFAC) Master Planning and Construction Phase 2A...
Middle East District assists planning efforts with Lebanese Armed Forces
10/13/2020 UPDATED
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District has been working with the State Department's Office of Defense Cooperation-Lebanon to assist with planning efforts for various military sites for...
TAM Awards contract for maintenance/repair services in Kuwait.
10/1/2020
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District awarded a contract for maintenance and repair services at Ali Al Salem Air Base, Kuwait...
TAM Awards Task Orders for US Air Force Facilities/Utilities in UAE
10/1/2020
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District awarded two task orders for the U.S. Development Area at Al Dhafra Air Base in the UAE...

Latest Stories

It’s going to cost how much? The Inside Story of Cost Engineers
2/3/2021
Whether building a new deck on the back of one’s house or the entire infrastructure for a missile defense program, the most basic and complex question in construction is always, “How much is it going...
Spirit of volunteerism is alive and well at the Middle East District
1/11/2021
Organizational tasks not directly associated with TAM's mission statement, but vital to improving the overall work climate, rely entirely on team members’ passion and volunteer spirit to be...
COS savings benefit USACE mission partners
11/13/2020
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Center of Standardization for Nonpermanent Facilities (COS) maintains a library of off the shelf designs, readily adaptable to almost any purpose, saving time and...

Photos

The headquarters building for the SHIELD 5 missile defense project in Qatar. The SHIELD 5 program built missile defense infrastructure project was managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on behalf of Qatar. Large scale projects such as this, which involve multiple sites and a long construction schedule require significant analysis from the District's cost engineering team to provide an accurate assessment of cost.
Contractors pave a runway during repairs at Ali Al Salem Air Base Kuwait. The project proved particularly challenging for the cost engineers from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District as extreme temperatures impacted the quality of the concrete.
MSG Shantae Allen describes some key timeline events on the road to voting rights for other disenfranchised groups of Americans. This was part of the display developed by the Middle East District's Federal Women's Program Committee to mark Women's Equality Day in August.
Robyn Ratchford, 20-year volunteer at the Middle East District, stands between her two daughters and major helpers following a successful 2019 holiday party for the District, while TAM Commander COL Philip Secrist in holiday garb, applauds their efforts, ingenuity, and creativity. Ratchford is the backbone and heavy muscle of the District's Employees Activities Association.
Members of the 310th Engineering Detachment work on construction a Joint Air Ground Station building in Qatar. The building is being built using troop labor from a design from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District's Center of Standardization for Nonpermanent Facilities (COS). The COS maintains a library of off the shelf designs that can be adapted for almost any purpose. Using COS designs can save significant time and money in the construction process.
A member of the 310th Engineering Detachment works on construction a Joint Air Ground Station building in Qatar. The building is being built using troop labor from a design from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District's Center of Standardization for Nonpermanent Facilities (COS). The COS maintains a library of off the shelf designs that can be adapted for almost any purpose. Using COS designs can save significant time and money in the construction process.
A member of the 310th Engineering Detachment works on construction a Joint Air Ground Station building in Qatar. The building is being built using troop labor from a design from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District's Center of Standardization for Nonpermanent Facilities (COS). The COS maintains a library of off the shelf designs that can be adapted for almost any purpose. Using COS designs can save significant time and money in the construction process.
Engineers from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District and members of the Lebanese Armed Forces survey the port at Tripoli Naval Base during a visit in October 2020.
Engineers from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District conduct a site survey with members of the Lebanese Armed forces during a visit to Lebanon in October 2020.
Engineers from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District and members of the Lebanese Armed Forces survey the port at Tripoli Naval Base during a visit in October 2020.
Engineers from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District and members of the Lebanese Armed Forces survey the port at Tripoli Naval Base during a visit in October 2020.
TAM Commander COL Philip Secrist presents a certificate to architect Angelivette Nieves-Viruet who completed the Leadership Development Program Tier I and graduated virtually from Puerto Rico.