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The latest edition of the Baltimore District's Chesapeake Engineer Magazine. Learn more about our support to Operation Allies Welcome, the Washington Aqueduct, our Small Business Program, the Deactivated Nuclear Power Plant Program, and how our team supports the Anacostia Waterfront Initiative.
The President’s proposed budget for fiscal 2023 released March 28, 2022, includes more than $100 million in Civil Works funding for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, to construct aquatic ecosystem restoration projects that benefit the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed; dredge the Baltimore Harbor and several channels on Maryland’s Eastern Shore; and operate and maintain flood risk management projects throughout the mid-Atlantic region.
The Baltimore District's 175th anniversary, which runs throughout 2022, is an opportunity to proactively tell our story -- past, present and future. We welcome you in joining the celebration of 175 years of committed service to Baltimore and our Nation.
The Baltimore District received more than $97 million from the FY22 Consolidated Appropriations Act, signed into law by President Biden on March 15, 2022, which will provide necessary funding for construction and operations and maintenance missions across the Chesapeake Bay region.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Wilmington District’s, Hopper Dredge MURDEN pumps slurry prior to beach replenishment efforts during 24/7 dredge operations in an inlet near Ocean City, Md., Sept. 20, 2021. Ocean City beaches are routinely replenished every four years with periodic emergency projects as needed following storms and other natural events. Beach replenishment in the area has prevented nearly $920 million in damages since its completion in the 1990s. (U.S. Army photo by Greg Nash)
Construction began earlier this year on an $85 million academic building to replace Root Hall on the U.S. Army War College campus of Carlisle Barracks.
Learn how our team supports ecosystem restoration efforts for the Chesapeake Bay in the latest edition of the Baltimore District's Chesapeake Engineer Magazine. (U.S. Army illustration by Christopher Fincham)

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