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Engineering and Construction Division

The Engineering and Construction Division provides superior engineering, construction and related technical services throughout the Pacific Region in order to strengthen the Nation’s security and improve our quality of life. We plan, design and deliver military construction and civil/public works projects, while responding to military contingencies and civil emergencies. We further regulate impacts to wetlands and navigable waterways.

The Engineering and Construction Division's successes include: Exceptional Regional Technical Support to other Pacific Ocean Division Districts in Technical Review and Design, selected as one of eight Centers of Standardization in the Corps of Engineers, leveraging technology in mission accomplishment and investing in the future with the Department of the Army Intern Program.

Photos

Contractors check the edging of a convrete test lane poured  on Sept. 1 for the Joint Base Pearl-Harbor Hickam F-22 Fighter Alert Facility project.
TAMUNING, GUAM (Sept. 19, 2020) - USACE led a virtual site walkthrough with contractor Hensel Phelps to discuss requirements for providing additional power capability for  rooms in Guam Memorial Hospital (GMH) to meet the emergent need for increased patient capacity and care capability in Guam.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Honolulu District completed an Engineering Documentation Report Aug. 6 that provides the new recommended plan for the Ala Wai Flood Control Project.
. In the photo, Tim Phillips (second from left) participated in a site visit of the C2F project in March 2020 for the 54th Chief of Engineers and Commanding General of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite (center). (photo taken during an engagement prior to enforcement of COVID-19 social distancing)
KANEOHE, Hawaii (Feb. 17, 2020) -- Honolulu District’s Department of the Army engineer interns chatted with dozens of people while manning the District’s 2020 Engineers Week display Feb. 17 at the Windward Mall center court on Oahu.  This year’s Engineers Week theme is “Pioneers of Progress.” Curious and interested Oahu residents were able to learn about District projects, programs, STEM job opportunities, as well as STEM careers. The interns created several storyboards for the display that showcases our civil works, IIS, and construction projects across the Pacific region.
FORT SHAFTER, Hawaii (Jan. 28, 2020) -- More than 20 new District personnel attended the three-day New Employee Orientation (NEO) Jan. 28-30 where they learned the functions and locations for each District office/branch. One site visit was to the U.S. Army Pacific's new Command and Control Facility project site where they listened to an overview of the three-phase project by Civil Engineer Harold Mizusawa and toured areas of the construction site.
KWAJALEIN ATOLL, Republic of the Marshall Islands (Jan. 10, 2020) -- Senior engineer representatives from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Honolulu District and the U.S. Army Garrison Kwajalein broke ground Jan. 10 for the $139 million Bucholz Army Airfield runway repair project. The project is located on Kwajalein Atoll and will completely resurface the runway and install new edge lighting. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Honolulu District photo)
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Deputy Commanding General for Military and International Operations Maj. Gen. Anthony Funkhouser visited the Schofield Barracks Behavioral Health/Dental project site Dec. 5 where he listened to Project Engineer Dustin Timm give an overview of the two-phase project. and later walked the project site with Timm, District Deputy Commander Lt. Col. Joshua Sturgill, Schofield Barracks Deputy Area Engineer Capt. Katay Phommathep, Project Engineer 1st Lt. Mariah Caid-Loos, Schofield Barracks Area Engineer Jean McAninch, Schofield Barracks Resident Engineer Kimberly Jyo, Construction Representative Kailani Vazquez, and contractor team leadership.
During a mini-town hall Dec. 2, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Command Sgt. Maj. Bradley Houston discussed forthcoming Revolutionize USACE initiatives with District personnel and later visited District MILCON project sites at Fort Shafter and Schofield Barracks. During the townhall Houston awarded his signature USACE CSM coin to seven District employees for their excellence in delivering the District mission.
Honolulu District Commander Lt. Col. Kathryn Sanborn, Deputy District Engineer for Programs and Project Management Steve Cayetano (first row right), Florence Ching, chief, Military Programs Branch, and Gary Shirakata, Kwajalein Program Manager, met with employees of Honolulu District's Kwajalein Resident Office. Their three-day trip to the Republic of Marshall Islands included meeting new leadership, engaging partners and personnel, as well as project site visits to Echo Pier, the Ronald Reagan Test Site (RTS), and several Army family housing units.
Honolulu District Dive Coordinator Mike Woundy and the USACE Forward Response Technical Dive Team members executed above and below water inspections Aug. 13-26 at U.S. Army Garrison - Kwajalein Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands with mission evolution's on South Pacific islands for the Army Transportation Infrastructure Inspection Program of waterfront structures like piers, seawalls, and wharf's.
Honolulu District Dive Coordinator Mike Woundy and the USACE Forward Response Technical Dive Team members executed above and below water inspections Aug. 13-26 at U.S. Army Garrison - Kwajalein Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands with mission evolution's on South Pacific islands for the Army Transportation Infrastructure Inspection Program of waterfront structures like piers, seawalls, and wharf's.

Contact Information

Engineering and Construction Division
Building 230
Fort Shafter, HI  96858
(808) 835-4112
CEPOH-EC@usace.army.mil