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.
District Managing Temporary Classroom Construction on Saipan
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.
Employee Spotlight: Shannon Sauter
Employee Spotlight: Shannon Sauter
Employee Spotlight: Shannon Sauter Job Title: Honolulu District Quality Management Chief/ Training Coordinator "Always learning and looking for ways to improve or streamline a process. I’m a big fan of working smarter. Keeping track of ongoing training and future training needs."
In addition they are conducting assessments for generator installations at critical facilities completing 103 installs and 23 de-installs. Honolulu District U.S. army Corps of Engineers alongside the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Alpha Company 249th Engineer Battalion facilitated the arrival of almost 30 generators being used temporarily to power critical public facilities, such as water wells and will be distributed to areas impacted by Super Typhoon Yutu.
Super Typhoon Yutu Relief
The Alpha Company 249th Engineer Battalion (Prime Power) working jointly with Guam Power Authority, Nov. 18, 2018 provided technical assistance for temporary power generation at the Saipan Airport.
In addition they are conducting assessments for generator installations at critical facilities completing 103 installs and 23 de-installs. Honolulu District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers alongside the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Alpha Company 249th Engineer Battalion facilitated the arrival of almost 30 generators being used temporarily to power critical public facilities, such as water wells and will be distributed to areas impacted by Super Typhoon Yutu.
Super Typhoon Yutu Relief
Honolulu District's Don Schlack listens as Alpha Company, 249th Engineer Battalion Soldiers explain their mission in working jointly with Guam Power Authority and providing technical assistance for temporary power generation at the Saipan Airport.
Honolulu District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers alongside the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Alpha Company 249th Engineer Battalion facilitated the arrival of almost 30 generators being used temporarily to power critical public facilities, such as water wells and will be distributed to areas impacted by Super Typhoon Yutu.
Super Typhoon Yutu Relief
Alpha Company 249th Engineer Battalion, working jointly with Guam Power Authority, provided technical assistance for temporary power generation at the Saipan Airport in November 2018. In addition, the 249th is conducting assessments for generator installations at critical facilities, having already completed 103 installs and 23 de-installs.
Working in partnership with the local and federal response for Super Typhoon Yutu, the Corps number one priority is the life, health and safety of all those impacted by the storm.
Working Thanksgiving Day on Saipan
Honolulu District deployed personnel continued working around the clock in partnership with the local and federal response for Super Typhoon Yutu on Saipan. Many of the District personnel supporting Super Typhoon Yutu have made multiple deployments this year, sacrificing many holidays, birthdays and other special events with their loved ones supporting the USACE emergency response mission.

Public Notices

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.

(Ala Wai Canal Dredging and Improvements, Waikīkī, O‘ahu, HI)

10/22/2018
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 enclosed drawings. Ms. Suzanne Case of the Department of Land and Natural Resources proposes to maintain the Ala Wai Canal and the Manoa-Palolo Drainage Canal (MPDC) including maintenance dredging, the replacement of a 750-foot section of the Ala Wai Canal wall, and the removal of Hawaiian Electric Company’s (HECO’s) cables and concrete panels in the Ala Wai Canal between the Kapahulu Library and the Ala Moana Boulevard Bridge at 21.283122°, -157.826563°,TMKs (1) 2-3-036:000 and (1) 2-3-034:000 and in the Manoa-Palolo Drainage Ditch between Date Street and the Ala Wai Canal. The purpose of the maintenance activities is to maintain the Ala Wai Canal, an important sedimentation basin, drainage way, and aquatic recreation site in Honolulu, and to remove physical obstacles to future maintenance dredging in the Ala Wai Canal.

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