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  • February

    Pittsburgh District joins Duquesne University to form a stunning partnership

    Every organization says they are a learning organization, but the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has taken its quest for innovation to a stunning level. During the 2021 recreation season, experts from the Pittsburgh District began a partnership with Duquesne University’s biology department. The goal was to test water quality within Crooked Creek Lake’s watershed called an “electrofishing survey,” which the corps had not used before.
  • July

    Corps Collaboration Revitalizes Urban Green Space

    After days of heavy rain and storms in the area, the sun shined brightly on the ribbon cutting, or more correctly stated, valve-turning ceremony for the completion of the Sheraden Park Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration Project, June 1.
  • Hannibal Locks and Dam Visitor Center reopens

    With the snip of a ribbon and a rotation of a turnstile, the Hannibal Locks and Dam Visitor Center
  • October

    EAB visits Pittsburgh District

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District hosted a board of national environmental
  • July

    Mahoning Creek celebrates 75th

    Mahoning Creek Lake staff commemorated the 75th anniversary of the completion of the construction of Mahoning Dam, June 18.
  • March

    Pittsburgh District celebrates Black History Month with an engineering twist

    As an observance during Black History Month, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District hosted speakers from the National Society of Black Engineers Pittsburgh Professionals Chapter, and the Pittsburgh Urban League, Feb. 25.
  • August

    Saluting partnership at Shenango

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District commander saluted the efforts of Shenango River
  • July

    Concrete does not last forever

    Standing in the backdrop of the aging locks and dam at Elizabeth, Pa., the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District gathered with 50 guests representing navigation industry, congressional, and partnering agencies gathered to tour and talk about importance of sustaining the nation’s inland waterways.
  • May

    Let the angling begin

    Hundreds of anglers showed up to participate in the opening day of trout season at the stocked Ross Run Fish Habitat Improvenment Area, April 12.`
  • July

    USACE, Army Reserve partner for project improvement, cost saving, training opportunities

         An ongoing Army Corps and Army Reserve partnership could result in significant savings on a