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Honolulu District personnel working together with other USACE personnel across the Enterprise met in Honolulu Aug 5-16 for preliminary risk analysis meetings for the Ala Wai Canal Flood Project.#AlaWai #POHComeworkwithus #USACE #Buildingstrong #knowyourmil #partnerships #engineering
WASHINGTON (Aug. 1, 2019) -- U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) staff were honored today at USACE's National Awards Ceremony. Lt. Gen. Todd T. Semonite, Commanding General and 54th Chief of Engineers, recognized over 50 award recipients, as well as participants in the Enterprise Emerging Leaders program, at the event held in USACE headquarters in Washington, D.C. Honolulu District's emerging leader nominee Gabriel El-Swaify is hsown here recieving the USACE Commanding General recognition coin from Lt. Gen. Semonite.(Photo by Philipp Tintner)
Honolulu District personnel recruiting during the Star Advertiser Career Expo July 31.
Jessica Brunty Honolulu District USACE a discussion with Honolulu District USACE Jordan Nakagawa and Jessie Paahana during a Maui watershed site visit.
Honolulu District Deputy for Programs and Project Management Steve Cayetano and Civil & Public Works Branch Chief Mike Wyatt met with Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) Ambassador Gerald Zakios in Washington, DC July 24,2019 to discuss the status of the RMI Memorandum of Agreement for construction services and future RMI project priorities. (Courtesy photo)
During a joint meeting Jessica Brunty Honolulu District USACE leads the ‘Īao Stream Flood Control Project discussion with the USACE committee and County of Maui’s Department of Public Works.{DPW)river restoration. After being requested by Honolulu District the committee serves as a consultant and help develop plans solutions or identify appropriate expertise to perform necessary investigations in areas of river engineering and restoration, watershed and riverine sedimentation; river mechanics and river restoration

Public Notices

DFM is proposing stream maintenance

2/13/2019
Interested parties are hereby notified that an application has been received for a Department of the Army (DA) permit for project POH-2017-00198 for stream clearing maintenance dredging with heavy equipment in 16 stream mouths and 63 mauka streams in 79 locations on Oahu, temporarily disturbing a total of ~150,900 linear feet of stream over the next five years as described in and shown on the drawings in the attached public notice.

Public Notice POH-2018-00220

1/11/2019
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 State of Hawaii, Department of Land and Natural Resources proposes to discharge dredged and fill material into waters of the United States (U.S.) to construct a 95-foot-long groin and nourish a portion of Kuhio Beach between two existing groins with sand borrowed from the Kuhio Beach Diamond Head basin for beach erosion control. The applicant estimates a total of 490 cy of fill material would be discharged below the high tide line into Mamala Bay (Pacific Ocean) at the boundary where the Kuhio Beach Park and Royal Hawaiian Beach sectors interface. The proposed activities would result in 0.16-acre of permanent impacts to waters of the U.S. and 0.13-acre temporary impacts to waters of the U.S.

MODIFICATION OF REGIONAL CONDITION 3 (ACREAGE LIMITATION)

12/17/2018
The 2017 Nationwide Permit (NWP) Regional Conditions for the Honolulu District were approved by the Pacific Ocean Division Commander on March 10, 2017 and went into effect on March 19, 2017. On July 26, 2018, the District issued a Special Public Notice soliciting comments on a proposed modification to regional condition 3 – Acreage Limitation. The proposed modification to Regional Condition 3 was approved by the Pacific Ocean Division Commander on December 10, 2018. Regional

POH-2018-78 Finegayan Small Arms Range

12/13/2018
FEDERAL PUBLIC NOTICE Interested parties are hereby notified that an application has been received from the U.S. Navy for a Department of the Army permit to establish a danger zone adjacent to the Finegayan Small Arms Range in waters of the United States as described below and shown on the enclosed figure.

News Releases

Hands-on install powers 249th Engineers training with USACE
8/5/2019
FORT SHAFTER, Hawaii - Under a scorching sun a Soldiers meticulously checks his tools. An arm's length away is a boisterous generator that interrupts the sound of black tar gravel crunching beneath...
Honolulu District USACE direct hiring 80 vacancies at career expo
7/27/2019
FORT SHAFTER, Hawaii (July 24, 2019) – Representatives from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Honolulu District are looking to fill open positions during the Star Advertiser Career Expo July 31, 2019,...
Small Business is big business for Honolulu District USACE
7/8/2019
HONOLULU, Hawaii— The Honolulu District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Small Business Office (SBO) was one of several government agencies looking to discuss contracting opportunities to small businesses...
Army Corps of Engineers promotes water safety this summer season
5/20/2019
Summer is almost here and that means millions of Americans will be planning visits to our nation’s lakes and rivers. As the steward of many of these public waters, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers...
Empowering the workforce with sunrise hike
5/17/2019
Honolulu District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Commander Lt. Col. Kathryn Sanborn, Honolulu District Deputy District Commander Maj. Josh Sturgill and Pacific Ocean Division, U.S. Army Corps of...
Honolulu District USACE Employee Spotlight
5/8/2019
Honolulu District USACE Dan Moore Department of the Army Intern (Accountant)...
Volunteers collect trash, debris on Fort DeRussy beach, beach berm for 2019 USACE Earth Day
4/29/2019 UPDATED
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Honolulu District and Pacific Ocean Division leadership, District and Tripler Army Medical Center employees joined forces with Punahou School Junior ROTC cadet...
USACE project manager “hooks” first USAG-KA coin she designed
4/26/2019 UPDATED
Kara M. Larson, a project manager for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Honolulu District, who works remotely as a project manager forward with customers on Kwajalein took on the challenge in designing...
Brittany Keyes, Administrative Assistant
4/24/2019
Administrative Professionals Day Spotlight: Brittany Keyes, Administrative Assistant, Civil & Public Works Branch...
Honolulu District hands new parking garage keys to Schofield Barracks' U.S. Army Health Clinic
4/24/2019 UPDATED
Honolulu District senior engineers joined U.S. Army Health Clinic Schofield Barracks and U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii officials, and Schofield Barracks Soldiers and their families, for the ribbon cutting...

Project Manager Lance Sewake (center) and the FY16 PTA Repair Cespool Project Delivery Team accept the 2018 PDT of the Year Koa Bowl Award from Honolulu District Commander Lt. Col. Kathyrn Sanborn (center right)and Pacific Ocean Division Commander. Brig. Gen. Thomas Tickner (left) during the District's Annual Awards Townhall held Jan. 9, 2019.
Honolulu District deployed personnel on Saipan to assist with FEMA's continuing temporary power generation mission are also now managing the work to complete 42 temporary classrooms for the new temporary campus of the Admiral Herbert G. Hopwood Middle School near the Koblerville Elementary School. USACE serves as the lead agency to respond with public works and engineering support and to coordinate long-term infrastructure recovery in the aftermath of Super Typhoon Yutu.
Honolulu District deployed personnel on Saipan to assist with FEMA's continuing temporary power generation mission are also now managing the work to complete 42 temporary classrooms for the new temporary campus of the Admiral Herbert G. Hopwood Middle School near the Koblerville Elementary School. USACE serves as the lead agency to respond with public works and engineering support and to coordinate long-term infrastructure recovery in the aftermath of Super Typhoon Yutu.
Honolulu District deployed personnel on Saipan to assist with FEMA's continuing temporary power generation mission are also now managing the work to complete 42 temporary classrooms for the new temporary campus of the Admiral Herbert G. Hopwood Middle School near the Koblerville Elementary School. USACE serves as the lead agency to respond with public works and engineering support and to coordinate long-term infrastructure recovery in the aftermath of Super Typhoon Yutu.
Honolulu District deployed personnel on Saipan to assist with FEMA's continuing temporary power generation mission are also now managing the work to complete 42 temporary classrooms for the new temporary campus of the Admiral Herbert G. Hopwood Middle School near the Koblerville Elementary School. USACE serves as the lead agency to respond with public works and engineering support and to coordinate long-term infrastructure recovery in the aftermath of Super Typhoon Yutu.
Honolulu District deployed personnel on Saipan to assist with FEMA's continuing temporary power generation mission are also now managing the work to complete 42 temporary classrooms for the new temporary campus of the Admiral Herbert G. Hopwood Middle School near the Koblerville Elementary School. USACE serves as the lead agency to respond with public works and engineering support and to coordinate long-term infrastructure recovery in the aftermath of Super Typhoon Yutu.
Honolulu District personnel and Alpha Company, 249th Engineer Battalion Soldiers facilitated the arrival of 30 generators on Saipan to be used temporarily power critical publicwater wells and other facilities in areas impacted by Super Typhoon Yutu.
HONOLULU, Hawaii (Oct. 16, 2018) -- Honolulu District Environmental Branch Chief Michael Wong (center right) explains some of the nuances of the Ala Wai Watershed to USACE enterprise personnel during a field trip to the Ala Wai Charette hosted by Honolulu District included a site visit to Tantalus, Manoa Stream, Waiakeakua, Kanewai Field, Pukele Streams, and the Ala Wai Canal during the three-day Ala Wai Watershed Flood Mitigation Design Charrette
HONOLULU, Hawaii (Oct. 16, 2018) -- Ala Wai Flood Mitigation Project Manager Jeff Herzog (second from right) explains some of the natural and cultural sensitivities for the proposed retention basin in the Waiakeakua Stream area to State, City & County of Honolulu officials, and USACE enterprise personnel as part of the three-day Ala Wai Watershed Flood Mitigation Design Charrette.
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