Stephen Cayetano was recently named as Deputy District Engineer for Programs and Project Management and Chief, Programs and Project Management Division for the Honolulu District, filling a vacancy left by the retirement of Anthony J. Paresa in May 2016.  Cayetano moved up from duties as the Honolulu District Deputy Chief for Programs and Project Management Division, a position he held since 2008.
Cayetano Named Deputy District Engineer for Programs and Project Management
Stephen Cayetano was recently named as Deputy District Engineer for Programs and Project Management and Chief, Programs and Project Management Division for the Honolulu District, filling a vacancy left by the retirement of Anthony J. Paresa in May 2016.
American Samoa Congressional Representative Aumua Amata Coleman Radewagen had an office call with District Commander Lt. Col. James Hoyman and other District‬ leaders and project managers Aug. 8 to discuss ongoing and potential future projects in the island territory.
American Samoa Congressional Representative Visits District
American Samoa Congressional Representative Aumua Amata Coleman Radewagen had an office call with District Commander Lt. Col. James Hoyman and other District‬ leaders and project managers Aug. 8 to discuss ongoing and potential future projects in the island territory.
IMCOM Commander Lt. Gen. Kenneth Dahl (center left) visited our Bldg. T-112 Renovation July 15 and was briefed by Fort Shafter Area Office Deputy Area Engineer Capt. Tobias Apps (center right). Also present were IMCOM-Pacific Director Dr. Christine Altendorf (third from left), U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii Directorate of Public Works Director Sally Pfenning, (third from right), and District Commander Lt. Col. James Hoyman (right).
IMCOM Commander Visits Bldg. 112 Renovation Project
IMCOM Commander Lt. Gen. Kenneth Dahl (center left) visited our Bldg. T-112 Renovation July 15 and was briefed by FSAO Deputy Area Engineer Capt. Tobias Apps (center right). Also present: IMCOM-Pacific Director Dr. Christine Altendorf (third from left), U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii DPW Director Sally Pfenning, (third from right), and District Commander Lt. Col. James Hoyman (right).
Honolulu District hosted site visits July 12 for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Commander Lt. Gen. Todd T. Semonite to our Bldg. 112 renovation (shown here) and USARPAC Mission Command Facility (MCF) at Fort Shafter.  Semonite was briefed on the historical significance of the building and renovation techniques being used to preserve the building.  Semonite was in Hawaii to preside over the Pacific Ocean Division Change of Command ceremony.
Chief of Engineers Visits Fort Shafter Project Sites
Honolulu District hosted site visits July 12 for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Commander Lt. Gen. Todd T. Semonite to our Bldg. 112 renovation (shown here) and USARPAC Mission Command Facility (MCF) at Fort Shafter. Semonite was briefed on the renovation techniques being used to preserve the Bldg. 112.
Lt. Col. James D. Hoyman (back right) receives the unit colors from former Pacific Ocean Division Commander Brig. Gen. Jeffrey L. Milhorn, becoming the 70th Commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Honolulu District. Looking on are outgoing District Commander Lt. Col. Christopher W. Crary (front left) and Acting Honolulu District Deputy District Engineer for Programs and Project Management Stephen Cayetano. Milhorn presided over the ceremony on the Palm Circle Parade Field at Fort Shafter.
Lt. Col. Hoyman Becomes 70th Honolulu District Commander
Lieutenant Colonel James D. Hoyman (back right) receives the unit colors from former Pacific Ocean Division Commander Brig. Gen. Jeffrey L. Milhorn, becoming the 70th Commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Honolulu District during ceremonies held on the Palm Circle Parade Field at Fort Shafter.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Honolulu District partnered with contractor Nan-Samsung LLC, the U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii, and the 25th Infantry Division’s Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB) to celebrate the mid-point in constructing the two six-story barracks buildings, which are located south of the Wheeler airstrip and part of the overall CAB Complex.
USACE Celebrates Progress of New CAB Barracks with Partners
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Honolulu District partnered with contractor Nan-Samsung LLC, the U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii, and the 25th Infantry Division’s Combat Aviation Brigade (CAB) to celebrate the mid-point in constructing the two six-story barracks buildings.

Public Notices

POH-2015-0062

8/25/2016
Interested parties are hereby notified that a request has been received from the City & County of Honolulu Storm Water Quality Branch to stabilize the banks of the Hele Channel between Akumu Street and Keolu Drive in Kailua, Island of Oahu, Hawaii.

Initial Public Notice: Nationwide Permit Reissuance Request For Comments

6/10/2016
On June 1, 2016, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers published in the Federal Register its proposal to reissue the 50 existing nationwide permits (NWPs) and issue two new NWPs. Nationwide permits are general permits issued on a nationwide basis to streamline the authorization of activities that result in no more than minimal individual and cumulative adverse environmental effects. Many of the proposed NWPs require notification to the district engineer before commencing those activities, to ensure that the activities authorized by those NWPs cause no more than minimal individual and cumulative adverse environmental effects.

POH-2005-00309

4/5/2016
Interested parties are hereby notified that an application has been received for a Department of the Army (DA) permit for certain work in waters of the United States as described below and shown on the attached drawings. The Guam Fisherman’s Cooperative Association (GFCA) has requested reauthorization of their Department of the Army (DA) permit to reconstruct the existing GFCA facility. The proposed reconstruction will include the construction a new 215 linear foot (LF) vessel mooring dock and 110 LF gabion baskets shoreline stabilization and they have proposed to conduct maintenance dredging of the 8,600 square foot (SF) area in front the proposed vessel mooring dock for improved navigational access. The project details are depicted on the attached project plans (Enclosure 1). The primary purpose of the project is to provide island residents, fishermen, and visitors with an updated and safer fish processing and retail facility and to combat erosion of the existing shoreline.

POH-2015-00109

3/1/2016
Interested parties are hereby notified that a request has been received from the State of Hawaii Department of Transportation, Harbors Division to maintenance dredge an area adjacent to Pier 2, Kahului Harbor, Kahului, Island of Maui, Hawaii.

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