Tag: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • April

    First Bunny Run at Tionesta Lake

    The weather conditions were cold and windy, but that didn’t stop the more than 100 runners and
  • March

    Did you know?

    According to the United States Geological Service (USGS) formula, a cubic foot per second (CFS) of
  • Fightin’ Ice

    For the past few months, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District lock workers on the Allegheny River have been fighting the elements to keep the locks operational as the region endured severe freezing temperatures.
  • February

    Automated instrumentation at Crooked Creek Dam

    The recent installation of vibrating wire sensors and data loggers on select piezometers Crooked Creek Dam near Ford City, Pennsylvania, will provide data on a much more frequent basis than is possible with manual readings.
  • Local news team focuses on emergency exercise

    A Pittsburgh TV news team visited Montgomery Locks and Dam on the Ohio River Feb. 3 as part of a
  • December

    American icon returns to Stonewall

    Stonewall Jackson Lake in Weston, West Virginia is a proud source of sustainable living for the
  • Morgantown lock dewatering reveals severe damage

    The $2.8-million maintenance dewatering of Morgantown Lock and Dam on the Monongahela River, Oct. 17 - Nov. 19, revealed unexpected deterioration that lengthened the repair schedule and complicated the work needed to fix critical components. But, skilled technicians and craftsmen from the Pittsburgh Repair Fleet and Pittsburgh Engineers Warehouse and Repair Station were up to the task.
  • November

    Engineers inspect dewatered lock at Morgantown

    Some Pittsburgh District personnel got a rare glimpse at a dewatered lock when they took part in an
  • October

    Youghiogheny Lake supports breast cancer awareness

    PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania (Oct. 31, 2014) – Members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh
  • August

    Saluting partnership at Shenango

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District commander saluted the efforts of Shenango River
  • New fish attractors at Tionesta Lake

    On June 14, Tionesta Lake ranger staff teamed up with the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, Boy
  • June

    Employee receives award

    Pittsburgh District employee is selected to receive an honor in recognition for his outstanding work.
  • May

    Plant a seed; grow a future at Tionesta Lake

    Tionesta Lake Project Staff and 10 of their children, ages eight to15 participated in National Take your Daughters and Sons to Work Day on April 24. In keeping with this year’s theme, Plant a seed; Grow a Future, the group planted two types of saplings, Sawtooth Oaks and American Chestnuts.
  • Pittsburgh District Helps Small Businesses Build Big

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Pittsburgh District participated in a day-long networking event, Dynamic Networking for Small Business (DyNet), April 2, at the Robert H. Mollohan Research Center in Fairmont, W.Va.