Tulsa District Header Image
 
Home
Home > Media > Images

Image Gallery

Next Last
David Jarvis, an engineer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Tulsa District, inspects the gates on R.S. Kerr Lock and Dam (#15) as part of a periodic inspection.  Droesch is using the rope access technique, which allows him access to areas he would not have easily accessed by using the fall arrest method.  Rope access allows the inspectors to ascend and descend via ropes, while fall arrest requires them to scale the structure with only a safety line to keep them from falling. (photo by Thomas Mills USACE)
Rope Access
4/6/2017 2:28:00 PM
Major Doug Droesch, an engineer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Tulsa District, inspects the gates on R.S. Kerr Lock and Dam (#15) as part of a periodic inspection.  Droesch is using the rope access technique, which allows him access to areas he would not have easily accessed by using the fall arrest method.  Rope access allows the inspectors to ascend and descend via ropes, while fall arrest requires them to scale the structure with only a safety line to keep them from falling. (photo by Thomas Mills USACE)
Rope Access
4/6/2017 2:28:00 PM
Major Doug Droesch, an engineer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Tulsa District, inspects the gates on R.S. Kerr Lock and Dam (#15) as part of a periodic inspection.  Droesch is using the rope access technique, which allows him access to areas he would not have easily accessed by using the fall arrest method.  Rope access allows the inspectors to ascend and descend via ropes, while fall arrest requires them to scale the structure with only a safety line to keep them from falling. (photo by Thomas Mills USACE)
Rope Access
4/6/2017 2:28:00 PM
David Jarvis, an engineer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Tulsa District, inspects the gates on R.S. Kerr Lock and Dam (#15) as part of a periodic inspection.  Jarvis is using the rope access technique, which allows him access to areas he would not have easily accessed by using the fall arrest method.  Rope access allows the inspectors to ascend and descend via ropes, while fall arrest requires them to scale the structure with only a safety line to keep them from falling. (photo by Thomas Mills USACE)
Rope Access
4/6/2017 2:28:00 PM
Gene Snyman, Tulsa District Small Business Office deputy, speaks at the 7th Annual Meet the Corps Day at Tulsa Technical Center in Owasso, Oklahoma.  Meet the Corps Day brought businesses and Tulsa District personnel together to talk about future contracts and exchange information.
Gene Snyman at Meet the Corps Day
2/13/2017 2:28:00 PM
Col. Christopher Hussin, Tulsa District commander, speaks to members of the business community at the Meet the Corps Day event at the Tulsa Technical Center in Owasso, Oklahoma.
COL Hussin at Meet the Corps Day
2/13/2017 2:28:00 PM
Members of the business community attend the Meet the Corps Day event at the Tulsa Technical Center in Owasso, Oklahoma.
Meet the Corps Day
2/13/2017 2:28:00 PM
The Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will close traffic to the State Highway 151 bridge over Keystone Dam August 22 to September 1 to study the rock abutments and materials used to construct the dam. Keystone Dam was constructed between 1957 to 1964. Access to W. Wekiwa Road on the north side of the dam, and the off road vehicle area on the south side of the dam will be available for visitors. Keystone Dam will continue to operate as normal as the closure only affects the bridge.
Temporary closure of State Highway 151 over Keystone Dam
8/16/2016 2:15:00 PM
Next Last