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Employee Spotlight: Greg Snider
Greg Snider is the Senior Industrial Hygienist for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District
District structural engineer visits STEM summer camp to talk about bridges
On the day some Tulsa-area middle school students learned about building bridges at their summer science camp, they benefitted from a visit by a structural engineer who designs bridges.
Engineering camp visits Keystone Dam
TULSA, Okla. – A summer camp focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM
Employee Spotlight: Adam Smith
Adam is a civil engineer in the Southwestern Division Dam Safety Production Center at the Tulsa
Harvesting rain and sun at Fort Sill
At Fort Sill the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is taking positive steps to increase energy efficiency and preserve resources by harvesting rain and sunlight.
Employee Spotlight: Bryan Taylor
Bryan Taylor is a Civil Works Project Manager for the Tulsa District. A Tulsa native, he attended
Webbers Falls rehabilitation nearly two-thirds complete
TULSA, Okla. – Workers at the Webbers Falls Powerhouse have completed more than 60 percent of the
Rangers armed with 'golden ticket' for kids caught wearing a life jacket
Tulsa District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers park rangers in Oklahoma and Oklahoma Highway Patrol Marine Patrol troopers will again be handing out tickets to children caught wearing their life jackets this year.
The dictionary definition of a reservoir is a natural or man-made place where water is collected and
Newt Graham Lock and Dam 18 pipe replacement
Tulsa District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers workers are replacing hydraulic pipes used to control
Story of a missing bandstand
Nearly a century ago Fort Sill, like most Army installations, had a bandstand for parades and
SAME young members’ field trip provides exposure to real-life engineering
It wasn’t the average field trip recently when a group of students visited a construction site and got to see first-hand the implementation of engineering principles they’re learning in school.
Tulsa District bids farewell to deputy commander
Leaders and staff of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District said goodbye their Deputy
New boat ramp ready, other facilities almost complete at tornado-damaged area of Canton Lake
The newly constructed boat ramp and parking area in the Canadian Day Use Area of Canton Lake is open for use. The ramp is longer and deeper than other ramps at the lake and should be usable for most boat launching, even if the lake level approaches a record low.
Keystone Dam bridge replacement progressing nicely
The Tulsa District Corps of Engineers report Kiewit Construction has removed eight of the 18 roadway spans over Keystone Dam. Modifications to the bridge piers are currently taking place.
McClellen-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System - systems within a system
The MKARNS, short for McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System, serves Oklahoma as a marine highway to the Gulf of Mexico and the world at large. It provides transport of goods to and from Oklahoma worth $1.8 billion dollars in local commerce.
Employee Spotlight - Biologist Tonya Dunn
In honor of Women’s History Month and our focus on STEM careers, in this edition of the Employee Spotlight we feature Biologist Tonya Dunn.
Employee Spotlight - Economist Chris Baker
In this edition of the Employee Spotlight meet Chris Baker, an economist who works in our Planning Division. Here, Chris discusses his work in a STEM-related field and how he came to work for the Corps.
State Highway 100 Bridge over Tenkiller Lake in Sequoyah County load posted
The State Highway 100 Bridge over the Tenkiller Lake dam is now load posted.
Operation Warfighter, a Tulsa District success story
The Operation Warfighter program at the Tulsa District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers helps veterans of combat or service-connected injuries complete their medical transition and either return to duty or receive an honorable discharge.