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Programs and canine-inspired treats at the groundbreaking ceremony for the U.S. Secret Service's Maloney Canine Training Replacement Facility at the James J. Rowley Training Center in Beltsville, Maryland, Nov. 29, 2017. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, designed and is overseeing the construction of the complex, which is estimated for completion in early 2019. (U.S. Army photo by Sarah Gross)
Maloney Canine Training Facility Groundbreaking Ceremony
12/1/2017 1:48:00 PM
Fort Meade Garrison Commander Col. Tom Foley signs the top piece of steel in the renovation project at building 4554.
Steel signing event on Fort Meade
8/15/2016 1:16:00 PM
Jeanne Judd, chief of the Technical Support Group from Baltimore District’s Real Property Services Field Office, talks about what goes into building facilities for the military with a group of middle school students at the Easy as Pi student outreach program hosted by the Baltimore Chapter of the Society of Military Engineers in downtown Baltimore Wednesday, March 30. Judd represented the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which was one of several agencies and contractors with work in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) that participated in the event geared toward exposing students to the variety of STEM careers that exist. (U.S. Army Photo by Chris Gardner)
STEM event shows off different career fields
4/5/2016 2:02:00 PM
Jeanne Judd, chief of the Technical Support Group from Baltimore District’s Real Property Services Field Office, test dials a cell phone inside a boxed rigged by students to block cell signals to see if it rings as part of an activity she hosted at the Easy as Pi student outreach program hosted by the Baltimore Chapter of the Society of Military Engineers in downtown Baltimore Wednesday, March 30. Judd represented the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, one of several agencies and contractors with work in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) that participated in the event, and talked to students about the design and construction of facilities for the military and other customers served by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. While the phone rang, the students eventually were able to rig their box so that there was no signal inside it and phones placed inside would not ring when called. (U.S. Army Photo by Chris Gardner)
STEM event shows off different career fields
4/5/2016 2:02:00 PM
Civil engineer Blaine Linkous discusses surveying and how it plays into designing buildings with students in downtown Baltimore as part of Easy as Pi student outreach program hosted by the Baltimore Chapter of the Society of Military Engineers in downtown Baltimore Wednesday, March 30. Linkous represented his employer, Maryland-based engineering firm WBCM, which along with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was one of several agencies and contractors with work in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) that participated in the event geared toward exposing students to the variety of STEM careers that exist. (U.S. Army Photo by Johnita Jackson)
STEM event shows off different career fields
4/5/2016 2:01:00 PM
Fort Detrick officials opened the new Nallin Farm Gate to the workforce and public on Friday, April 10. The long-awaited opening added a modern entrance to the garrison that is experiencing growth in its missions. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, built the $11 million project that includes a state-of-the-art installation entry control point, a design that meets current anti-terrorism/force protection standards, and a new visitor control center.
New gate at fort Detrick
2/26/2016 1:40:00 PM
Geologist Ethan Weikel points to the miniature heater in the ground-source heat pump system he developed. Weikel's system, housed in a portable ice chest, gives engineers a more mobile and less costly way to measure the heat transfer capabilities in the earth. His work earned him the 2015 USACE Innovation of the Year award.
Weikel demonstrates heat source pump
2/26/2016 1:34:00 PM
Resident Engineer Jeff McMaster briefs Kazuhiro Watanabe, Japanese Ministry of Defense director general for facilities and installation, on the construction progress at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick on Nov. 18. The two-hour tour moved throughout the huge facility with McMaster highlighting design, materials and construction processes. The seven-person MOD delegation is visiting several Army and Navy military construction projects.
Watanabe visits USAMRIID project at Fort Detrick
2/26/2016 1:27:00 PM
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