Photos

Jessica Podoski (second from left) and the American Samoa climate change working group pause for a photo with U.S. Congresswoman Aumua Amata (center) during the October 2019 workshop for the American Samoa Climate Related Vulnerability Assessment for Transportation Infrastructure Study.
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.
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.
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.
Commander of the Pacific Ocean Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Thomas Tickner,USACE Honolulu District Commander Lt. Col. Kathryn Sanborn, Commander of the Honolulu District, Damon Lilly, Director of Programs for the Pacific Ocean Division, Julie Rosa, Program Manager,Headquarters USACE, Nani Shimabuku O&M Program Manager, Honolulu District, Kate Bliss, Environmental Program manager, Pacific Ocean Division, and Ana Allen, Public Affairs Chief, Pacific Ocean Division, got an up close look at the USACE hopper dredge Essayons while the vessel is conducting maintenance in a Honolulu harbor drydock. Essayons belongs to the Portland District, US Army Corps of Engineers and will perform maintenance dredging of the Honolulu Harbor after leaving the drydock. Honolulu District is responsible for the support of all federal channels in and around the State of Hawaii.
Commander of the Pacific Ocean Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Thomas Tickner,USACE Honolulu District Commander Lt. Col. Kathryn Sanborn, Commander of the Honolulu District, Damon Lilly, Director of Programs for the Pacific Ocean Division, Julie Rosa, Program Manager,Headquarters USACE, Nani Shimabuku O&M Program Manager, Honolulu District, Kate Bliss, Environmental Program manager, Pacific Ocean Division, and Ana Allen, Public Affairs Chief, Pacific Ocean Division, got an up close look at the USACE hopper dredge Essayons while the vessel is conducting maintenance in a Honolulu harbor drydock. Essayons belongs to the Portland District, US Army Corps of Engineers and will perform maintenance dredging of the Honolulu Harbor after leaving the drydock. Honolulu District is responsible for the support of all federal channels in and around the State of Hawaii.
Commander of the Pacific Ocean Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Thomas Tickner,USACE Honolulu District Commander Lt. Col. Kathryn Sanborn, Commander of the Honolulu District, Damon Lilly, Director of Programs for the Pacific Ocean Division, Julie Rosa, Program Manager,Headquarters USACE, Nani Shimabuku O&M Program Manager, Honolulu District, Kate Bliss, Environmental Program manager, Pacific Ocean Division, and Ana Allen, Public Affairs Chief, Pacific Ocean Division, got an up close look at the USACE hopper dredge Essayons while the vessel is conducting maintenance in a Honolulu harbor drydock. Essayons belongs to the Portland District, US Army Corps of Engineers and will perform maintenance dredging of the Honolulu Harbor after leaving the drydock. Honolulu District is responsible for the support of all federal channels in and around the State of Hawaii.
Commander of the Pacific Ocean Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Thomas Tickner,USACE Honolulu District Commander Lt. Col. Kathryn Sanborn, Commander of the Honolulu District, Damon Lilly, Director of Programs for the Pacific Ocean Division, Julie Rosa, Program Manager,Headquarters USACE, Nani Shimabuku O&M Program Manager, Honolulu District, Kate Bliss, Environmental Program manager, Pacific Ocean Division, and Ana Allen, Public Affairs Chief, Pacific Ocean Division, got an up close look at the USACE hopper dredge Essayons while the vessel is conducting maintenance in a Honolulu harbor drydock. Essayons belongs to the Portland District, US Army Corps of Engineers and will perform maintenance dredging of the Honolulu Harbor after leaving the drydock. Honolulu District is responsible for the support of all federal channels in and around the State of Hawaii.
Commander of the Pacific Ocean Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Thomas Tickner,USACE Honolulu District Commander Lt. Col. Kathryn Sanborn, Commander of the Honolulu District, Damon Lilly, Director of Programs for the Pacific Ocean Division, Julie Rosa, Program Manager,Headquarters USACE, Nani Shimabuku O&M Program Manager, Honolulu District, Kate Bliss, Environmental Program manager, Pacific Ocean Division, and Ana Allen, Public Affairs Chief, Pacific Ocean Division, got an up close look at the USACE hopper dredge Essayons while the vessel is conducting maintenance in a Honolulu harbor drydock. Essayons belongs to the Portland District, US Army Corps of Engineers and will perform maintenance dredging of the Honolulu Harbor after leaving the drydock. Honolulu District is responsible for the support of all federal channels in and around the State of Hawaii.
Commander of the Pacific Ocean Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Thomas Tickner,USACE Honolulu District Commander Lt. Col. Kathryn Sanborn, Commander of the Honolulu District, Damon Lilly, Director of Programs for the Pacific Ocean Division, Julie Rosa, Program Manager,Headquarters USACE, Nani Shimabuku O&M Program Manager, Honolulu District, Kate Bliss, Environmental Program manager, Pacific Ocean Division, and Ana Allen, Public Affairs Chief, Pacific Ocean Division, got an up close look at the USACE hopper dredge Essayons while the vessel is conducting maintenance in a Honolulu harbor drydock. Essayons belongs to the Portland District, US Army Corps of Engineers and will perform maintenance dredging of the Honolulu Harbor after leaving the drydock. Honolulu District is responsible for the support of all federal channels in and around the State of Hawaii.

Environmental Program

Honolulu District's Environmental program consists of a multi-disciplinary group of professionals dedicated to project excellence. We are comprised of environmental engineers, chemists, archeologists, biologists, industrial hygienists, environmental protection specialists, architects, and Ordnance / Explosive Health & Safety Specialists. We execute environmental technical work using both our in-house expertise and by contract. This multi-faceted program also consists of environmental engineering studies and services. Some of the work is advisory while other parts are attributable to standing national programs.

Our Environmental Quality expertise in the areas of endangered species, native habitats and historic preservation remains unmatched in the Pacific. The Honolulu District has been at the forefront of assisting others with their diverse environmental needs in this far-reaching geographical region.

Honolulu District leverages its technical resources, and those of worldwide Corps of Engineers, by forming partnerships and alliances with research institutions, federal and state agencies and the private sector. All these efforts are undertaken with the common mission of advancing a thriving, economically secure, and environmentally conscious future for the state of Hawaii and the Asia-Pacific region through sustainable technologies, systems and services.

Contact Information

Environmental Programs Branch
Building 252
Fort Shafter, HI  96858-5440
(808) 835-4079
CEPOH-PP-E@usace.army.mil