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  • USACE, EPA, partners working to address water quality concerns at King Kamehameha III Elementary School

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, along with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and state and county officials are actively working to address water quality concerns raised at the King Kamehameha III Elementary School in Lahaina, Hawai'i, on Friday, April 5.  Officials are collaborating to identify and
  • USACE making steady progress with temporary school in Lahaina

    LAHAINA, Hawai‘i -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is progressing with the construction of the temporary elementary school campus in Lahaina. Crews have completed clearing and grading the site. Modular units for the first classroom were placed Dec. 5 with more modular units arriving from Oahu, Washington and California. The notice to proceed was
  • USACE receives temporary housing mission from FEMA

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers received a $1.9 million Federal Emergency Management Agency mission assignment Oct. 28 to provide conceptual design for temporary housing sites. Upon design approval, USACE will prepare the sites for FEMA to install the units. The units will temporarily house those affected by the Aug. 8 wildfires that destroyed
  • USACE awards $53.7 million contract to Pono Aina Management for temporary elementary school construction

    HONOLULU — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awarded a $53.7 million base contract Nov. 4, to Pono Aina Management, LLC, an 8(a) Native Hawaiian Organization, based out of Waianae, Hawai'i, to construct a temporary elementary school campus in Lahaina. The temporary school will accommodate those students displaced from the King Kamehameha III
  • USACE awards $52.5 million site assessment, debris removal contract to Dawson Solutions

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awarded a $52.5 million contract Oct. 16 for Hazardous Site Assessments for Household Material and Bulk Asbestos Removal in Lahaina and Kula/Olinda to Dawson Solutions, LLC, a Native Hawaiian Organization 8(a) contractor. The performance period for this Phase 2 private property debris removal contract is three
  • USACE awards $19 million cultural monitoring contract to AEPAC

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awarded a $18.7 million contract today to AEPAC, based out of Honolulu, for cultural monitoring of the debris-related Federal Emergency Management Agency missions assigned to USACE in response to the Aug. 8 wildfires in Maui County. Cultural monitoring on Maui is a comprehensive approach to help minimize further
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers establishes Recovery Field Office in Kihei

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers established a Recovery Field Office this week on Maui to oversee the management and execution of Federal Emergency Management Agency recovery missions following the wildfires that ravaged the towns of Lahaina, Kula and Olinda. An RFO allows USACE to have a central location for its mission experts to work and support
  • State, Maui County select USACE for Phase 2 of wildfire debris removal

    Note: This press release originated from the State of Hawai'i, Office of the Governor.HONOLULU — Governor Josh Green, M.D., today announced that the State of Hawai‘i and Maui County selected the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to lead efforts to remove fire-damaged debris from areas across Maui affected by historic fires in early August.“The