As part of a divestiture program that began in 2013, the Alaska Army National Guard has and continues to give away dozens of buildings across the state that are no longer needed.
The Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority submitted a permit application to the US Army Corps of Engineers, starting the process of environmental review for the West Susitna Access Road.
The $18 million contract is for architecture and engineering design services,
including village relocation, storm protection, and ecosystem restoration.
Sara Longan assumed duties as the Deputy Chief of the Regulatory Division for the US Army Corps of Engineers–Alaska District in January.
The only nuclear power plant to ever operate in Alaska is being decommissioned this year, but Copper Valley Electric Association is looking at new reactor technology to give nuclear energy a new future.
Major construction projects in Alaska get an infusion of nearly $1 billion in federal funds. The US Army Corps of Engineers – Alaska District received authorization and funding for an array of civil works.
Krystle Burns assumed duties as the Chief of Workforce Management for the US Army Corps of Engineers – Alaska District in November 2021.
Construction is complete on the Long-Range Discrimination Radar (LRDR) at Clear Space Force Station in the Interior. Now testing begins.
In its largest civil works project in more than thirty years, the US Army Corps of Engineers–Alaska District will begin reinforcing a portion of the Chena River Lakes Flood Control Project’s eight-mile-long earthen dam by spring 2022.
The district aims to construct a new flood diversion system for Lowell Creek in Seward, at an expected cost of about $185.2 million.