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ALL USACE OPERATED CAMPGROUNDS AND FACILITIES ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED DUE TO THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN.  WE REGRET THE INCONVIENCE AND WILL INFORM THE PUBLIC WHEN THESE AREAS REOPEN.

10/15/2013 2:15:00 PM
Contractors drill piers for the foundation and excavate the area for the basement, for the Fort Bliss Replacement Hospital. The new facility will replace the existing William Beaumont Army Medical Center. The facility will consist of a main hospital, clinics, administrative building, clinical investigation building, central utility plant, and surface parking. The Fort Bliss Hospital Replacement is designed to be a 1,132,460 square foot World-Class Medical Facility. The new hospital is expected to open in early 2017.
Fort Bliss Hospital Replacement Hospital Project underway
9/5/2013 9:43:00 AM
The July 15 site visit by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters Regulatory Program Manager Lauren Diaz included the two bridges that cross the Trinity River south of downtown Dallas. The historic Santa Fe Trestle, which now carries a hike-bike trail across the river, would be preserved under a plan that would remove the bridge approaches, which are an obstacle that backs up flood waters into the Floodway.
Two Bridges crossing the Trinity River south of downtown Dallas
9/4/2013 1:23:00 PM
Lewisville Lake staff take Col. Charles H. Klinge, Jr., commander, Fort Worth District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on a water safety patrol.
Colonel Charles H. Klinge on a Water Safety Patrol
9/4/2013 1:16:00 PM
Lewisville Lake park ranger, Jason Owen demonstrates the proper wear and activation of inflatable vest during a Water Safety Media Day.
Proper Activation of an Inflatable Vest
9/4/2013 1:14:00 PM
Fort Worth District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers biologist, Danny Allen inspects a turtle during a site visit to the Westside Creeks project area in San Antonio, Texas.
Westside Creeks project area site visit
9/4/2013 1:11:00 PM
Lewisville Lake park ranger Paula Rafferty lets a wolf pick up her scent during an outing at the recreation area in The Colony, Texas, April 16, 2013.
Wolf picks up scent
4/25/2013 11:48:00 AM
Little Fossil Creek project manager, Lee Epperson, inspects a privet bush outside the mitigation area of the Little Fossil Creek project site. Privet is an invasive species which is native to Europe, the Mediterranean, Asia and Australia.
Privet - an invasive species
4/25/2013 11:46:00 AM
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