More than 20 volunteers from the Punahou Junior ROTC program (which includes cadets from other area high schools and some home-schooled students) along with Corps employees and their friends and families, cleared trash, debris on the beach area as well as other obstructions on the beach berm behind the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pacific Regional Visitor Center (RVC) in Waikiki as part of Earth Month 2017.
Army Corps of Engineers, Local Volunteers Clean Fort DeRussy Beach Area for Earth Month 2017
More than 20 volunteers from the Punahou Junior ROTC program along with Corps employees and their friends and families, cleared trash, debris on the beach area as well as other obstructions on the beach berm behind the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pacific Regional Visitor Center (RVC) in Waikiki as part of Earth Month 2017.
Led by Honolulu District Commander Lt. Col. James Hoyman and former Honolulu District Commander Lt. Col. Christopher Crary, more than 16 District teammates and their friends braved blustery rain storm conditions on a pre-dawn hike to view the Makapu`u Lighthouse April 21 in celebration of the 112th anniversary of the District’s founding. Deputy District Commander Maj. Tom Piazze, Capt. Tobias Apps, Capt. Ken Porter and 1st Lt. Brenna Heisterman also participated in the hike to the lighthouse. Makapu`u Lighthouse was built by the Corps in 1909 on a 600-foot sea cliff overlooking Makapu`u Beach in southeast Oahu. The lighthouse is 46-feet-tall (14 meters) and was fully automated in 1974. It is still an active U.S. Coast Guard navigation aid in use today.
Honolulu District Celebrates 112th Birthday With Pre-Dawn Hike to Makapu`u Lighthouse
Led by Honolulu District Commander Lt. Col. James Hoyman and former Honolulu District Commander Lt. Col. Christopher Crary, more than 16 District teammates and their friends braved blustery rain storm conditions on a pre-dawn hike to view the Makapu`u Lighthouse April 21 in celebration of the 112th anniversary of the District’s founding.
Honolulu District hosted an on-site update April 13 on the overall construction of USARPAC Mission Command Facility (MCF) and the MCF Phase 2 project for the Chief of Engineers Lt. Gen. Todd T. Semonite.
Chief of Engineers Gets Update on MCF Phase 2
Honolulu District hosted an on-site update April 13 on the overall construction of USARPAC Mission Command Facility (MCF) and the MCF Phase 2 project for the Chief of Engineers Lt. Gen. Todd T. Semonite.
USACE Deputy Commanding General for Military and International Operations Maj. Gen. Mark W. Yenter toured USARPAC Mission Command Facility (MCF) Phase 2 project site March 31.
USACE DCG Maj. Gen. Yenter tours USARPAC MCF Phase 2 project site
USACE Deputy Commanding General for Military and International Operations Maj. Gen. Mark W. Yenter toured USARPAC Mission Command Facility (MCF) Phase 2 project site March 31.
Acting POD Division Civil Works Regional Integration Leader Senior Executive Dave Dale was given an informational brief in early March on our MCF project and various civil works project areas on Oahu during a day-long tour led by District Commander Lt. Col. James Hoyman, Deputy District Engineer for Programs and Project Management Steve Cayetano and Civil Works Branch Chief Derek Chow.
Acting POD RIT Gets Update on CW Projects
Acting POD Division Civil Works Regional Integration Leader Senior Executive Dave Dale was given an informational brief in early March on our MCF project and various civil works project areas on Oahu during a day-long tour led by District Commander Lt. Col. James Hoyman, Deputy District Engineer for Programs and Project Management Steve Cayetano and Civil Works Branch Chief Derek Chow.

Public Notices

Public Notice of Application for Permit

5/12/2017
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 attachments. The Navy Region Hawaii (Navy) proposes to dredge Bravo, Mike, Sierra Wharves and Hotel Piers in the East Loch, and the Upper Middle Loch of Pearl Harbor, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Oahu Island, Hawaii. Dredged material removed from the Upper Middle Loch would be transported for ocean disposal at the South Oahu Ocean Dredged Material Disposal Site. The purpose of the project to re-establish dredge depths at for wharves, piers, and mooring areas to maintain navigable waterways and berthing areas for the Navy.

Public Notice of Application for Permit

4/27/2017
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 attachments. The American Samoa Government, Department of Public Works proposes to make repairs to the Route 1 embankment and construct improvements to the existing rock revetment along 2,140 linear feet of shoreline in Pago Pago Harbor between Atu’u and Laulii (Leloaloa), Island of Tutuila, American Samoa. The purpose of the project is to repair Route 1 and stabilize the coastal shoreline to ensure safe ridership, maintain access between Pago Pago and Onenoa, and protect the roadway from future erosion and flood damage.

Extension of General Permit 2011-001

4/11/2017
Interested parties are hereby notified that the Honolulu District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers administratively extends General Permit (GP) 2011-001, Maintenance Clearing of Rivers, Streams, Storm Drains, and Beach Areas in the State of Hawaii (as modified) for six (6) months, expiring on October 13, 2017.

PUBLIC NOTICE ANNOUNCING THE REISSUANCE OF THE 2017 NATIONWIDE PERMITS (NWP) AND THE HONOLULU DISTRICT REGIONAL CONDITIONS

3/17/2017
The Honolulu District Regulatory Branch is announcing the Reissuance of the 2017 Nationwide Permits (NWP) and General Conditions and has finalized the NWP Regional Conditions. Additional information is provided on our website at http://www.poh.usace.army.mil/Missions/Regulatory/

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