US Army Corps of Engineers
Middle East District

Army personnel building an observation platform in the Middle East using a materials list provided by the Joint Construction Management System (JCMS) database. The JCMS provides lists of materials, construction cost, labor estimates and standards. Army Facilities Component Systems ensure the JCMS remains up to date and can support theater combatant commands and service component commands with construction planning.
Col. Stephen Bales, Middle East District Commander for the past 20 months, turns over command to former Deputy Commander LTC Richard Collins, 20 June. Bales is moving to the Transatlantic Division as Deputy Commander. Congratulations to both commanders.
Transatlantic Middle East District's civil engineer Ted Upson assists students with the weight bearing test following their bridge build project at the STARBASE Academy Winchester.
Middle East District fire protection engineers test foam extinguishing systems at air craft hangar sites throughout the world, including most recently Honduras, Alaska, India, Korea, Germany and the Bahamas, from Maine to Hawaii.
Colonel Stephen Bales, Middle East District Commander, congratulates Derek Sprincis and Matthew Flacksenburg on the successful completion of their high school engineering and project management internships. The Middle East District’s high school intern program is dedicated to sparking an interest in U.S. Army Corps of Engineers positions for future generations of bright and driven individuals with an interest in STEM and/or project management.
An acre of natural plant and animal habitat, created by Middle East District project manager David Worthington and his wife Julie Staggers ten years ago. Now thriving with countless species and varieties, they maintain the area for the wild.

Latest Stories

District Architect Receives Important Certification
7/2/2019
Transatlantic Middle East District (TAM) architect and value engineering program manager, Amanda Bianchini, recently achieved a major career milestone when she was recognized as a certified value...
District Provides Utilities Expertise for Contingency Planning
7/1/2019
The Transatlantic Middle East District (TAM) is known for providing engineering, construction and support services throughout the CENTCOM area of responsibility. For most of its nearly 70 year...
Personal stories demonstrate passion for STEM
6/14/2019
Transatlantic Middle East District Civil Engineer Ted Upson met with 25 students from Sacred Heart Academy at STARBASE Academy Winchester. ...

News Releases

Transatlantic Middle East District awards $34.5M contract
5/29/2019
Transatlantic Middle East District awards $34.5M contract for the CH-47 Bed Down Program in Saudi Arabia on 28 May 2019. ...
Middle East District awards contract for Royal Saudi Land Forces Artillery Corps
10/15/2018
The Middle East District awarded a contract on Oct. 12 to design and construct artillery brigade headquarters, barracks and associated infrastructure for the Royal Saudi Land Forces Artillery Corps....
Middle East District awards Local National QA contract for Iraq support
9/19/2018
The Middle East District awarded a Local National Quality Assurance (LNQA) for Personal Services in Iraq contract for exclusive support of USACE missions, including Foreign Military Sales (FMS). ...
Architect and Engineering Services contract awarded for Kuwait
9/5/2018
The Middle East District awarded a contract for the Kuwait Ministry of Defense Headquarters Development for Architect and Engineering Services on 4 Sept. 2018. Contract number W912ER18D0014 was...
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia MATOCs awarded
8/14/2018
USACE Middle East District awarded the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) on 10 Aug. 2018....
Contract awarded for Triton operational facility in the UAE
8/14/2018
USACE Middle East District awarded a contract to Al Sahraa General Transport & Clearance, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates July 19, for a Triton Operational Facility in the UAE. ...

Photos

Army personnel building an observation platform in the Middle East using a materials list provided by the Joint Construction Management System (JCMS) database. The JCMS provides lists of materials, construction cost, labor estimates and standards. Army Facilities Component Systems ensure the JCMS remains up to date and can support theater combatant commands and service component commands with construction planning.
Army personnel building an observation platform in the Middle East using a materials list provided by the Joint Construction Management System (JCMS) database. The JCMS provides lists of materials, construction cost, labor estimates and standards. Army Facilities Component Systems ensure the JCMS remains up to date and can support theater combatant commands and service component commands with construction planning.
Col. Stephen Bales, Middle East District Commander for the past 20 months, turns over command to former Deputy Commander LTC Richard Collins, 20 June. Bales is moving to the Transatlantic Division as Deputy Commander. Congratulations to both commanders.
Transatlantic Middle East District civil engineer Ted Upson discusses results of the weight bearing test done on the bridges built by the students at STARBASE.
Transatlantic Middle East District civil engineer Ted Upson, aka Gator, discusses design strategies with students from Sacred Heart Academy during their week-long adventure at STARBASE Academy Winchester.
Transatlantic Middle East District's civil engineer Ted Upson assists students with the weight bearing test following their bridge build project at the STARBASE Academy Winchester.
Middle East District fire protection engineers test foam extinguishing systems at air craft hangar sites  throughout the world, including most recently Honduras, Alaska, India, Korea, Germany and the Bahamas, from Maine to Hawaii.
Middle East District fire protection engineers Dave Miller and Gregory Michaels, prepare for a foam extinguishing test at aircraft hangar at March Air Base. Both team members are part of the Fire Protection Technical Center of Expertise, housed at the Transatlantic Middle East District.
Middle East District fire protection engineers prepare to test test foam extinguishing systems at air craft hangar sites throughout the world, including most recently Honduras, Alaska, India, Korea, Germany and the Bahamas, from Maine to Hawaii.
Matthew Flacksenburg, a junior at James Wood High School, prepared a presentation on the renovation of James Wood High School’s Theater as his capstone project for a project management internship with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District.  He was the District's first ever project management intern. Flacksenburg presented his project at the Frederick Country Gifted and Talented Showcase along with his mentor, Marissa Louden, a Middle East District project manager. The Middle East District’s high school intern program is dedicated to sparking an interest in U.S. Army Corps of Engineers positions for future generations of bright and driven individuals with an interest in STEM and/or project management.
Colonel Stephen Bales, Middle East District Commander, congratulates Derek Sprincis and  Matthew Flacksenburg on the successful completion of their high school engineering and project management internships.  The Middle East District’s high school intern program is dedicated to sparking an interest in U.S. Army Corps of Engineers positions for future generations of bright and driven individuals with an interest in STEM and/or project management.
Middle East District Interior Designer Deanna Hardy (3rd from right) during the ground breaking for a remodeled Middle East District fitness center. Hardy served as the interior designer on the project management team. As part of the team, Hardy was able to practice project management skills that she used when she was made the lead project manager for the renovation of the District's headquarters in Winchester, VA.