US Army Corps of Engineers
Sacramento District

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Archive: January, 2013
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  • January

    Honey, I Shrunk the Dam!

    Thanks to 3-D printing technology, Sacramento District projects are being shrunk into handheld models in a matter of hours to help team members visualize and explain their work like never before.
  • Sacramento levee project earns 2012 Flood Control Project of the Year award

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District and its contractor, Magnus Pacific Corporation, will be recognized with the American Society of Civil Engineers Sacramento Section 2012 Flood Control Project of the Year award for their work on an American River levee project north of the California State University-Sacramento campus during a ceremony Feb. 20 in Sacramento, Calif.
  • Hill Air Force Base child development center receives LEED-Silver designation

    The new child development center became the first LEED-certified project at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, receiving the official designation of LEED-Silver during a ceremony Jan. 10. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District oversaw construction of the facility.
  • Coordinated dam releases key to reducing winter storm flood threat

    The weather and geography that make California’s Central Valley a world-class agricultural machine also fuels the potential for disastrous flooding – conditions constantly gauged by the water management section of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District.
  • Army Corps to transform civil works program

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is transforming its civil works program to best serve the public, meet the nation's water resource needs and help the Corps remain relevant in the 21st century.