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Archive: 2010
  • MED professionals visit Winchester Middle School

    MED professionals visit Winchester Middle School
  • Military Construction Project Begins at Mina Salman Port

    The Middle East District participated in a groundbreaking ceremony, hosted by the government of Bahrain and the U.S. Navy, at Mina Salman Port May 26 marking the beginning of a military construction project that will develop 70 acres on the waterfront to support U.S. and coalition ships and personnel.
  • MED seeks improvement at 2010 AE/RE Conference

    Middle East District leaders from the field and headquarters recently gathered in Cairo during the 2010 Area Engineer/Resident Engineer Conference to discuss the state of the organization and consider options for making it even better. Roger Thomas, chief of the Construction-Operations Division, kicked off the event with opening remarks and an overview of the five-day schedule.
  • MATOC Industry Day attracts record numbers

    The Middle East District’s Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) Industry Day, held March 26 in Winchester, Va., definitely drew a crowd.
  • USACE Deployment Center activity surging

    The USACE Deployment Center, known for successfully processing U.S. Army Corps of Engineers civilians to Iraq and Afghanistan, is taking on new responsibilities with new customers.
  • AOU: Supporting consistent project quality

    The Middle East District’s Area Office University provides critical training each week for all U.S. Army Corps of Engineers employees who work on construction projects in the U.S. Central Command area of operations.
  • Construction kicks off for communications facility in Kuwait

    The Middle East District, with contractor CH2M Hill, broke ground on a new communications facility for U.S. Army Central (ARCENT) during a ceremony Nov. 19 at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.
  • National Contracting Organization recognizes MED team members

    Two deployed Middle East District employees received U.S. Army Corps of Engineers National Contracting Organization awards
  • Lowdermilk wins USACE Military Responder of the Year award

    Scott Lowdermilk, former chief of Plans and Operations, received the USACE Military Contingency Responder of the Year award for his visionary leadership while assigned to the Transatlantic Programs Center (now the Middle East District).
  • Students and team members benefit from association

    Community involvement is a vital part of the Corps of Engineers’ culture. Along with technical presentations, Middle East District team members participate in many career and cultural events at local schools.