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A view from the backside of Dock 3 of the Building 125 hangar complex on Robins Air Force Base. The 14.7 acre complex is the largest in the country and houses C-5 Galaxy, C-130s and F-15 aircraft. Contractors from New South Construction are renovating the 1940s era building.
Robins C-5 Hangar
8/13/2018 4:09:00 PM
An aerial overview of the Building 125 complex. At 14.7 acres, it's the largest hangar facility in the country. It houses C-5 Galaxy, C-130s and F-15 aircraft.
Robins C-5 Hangar Complex
8/13/2018 4:09:00 PM
Contractors from New South Construction work to renovate a 1940s era hangar on Robins Air Force Base, July 25. The 14.7 acre complex is the largest in the country and houses C-5 Galaxy, C-130s and F-15 aircraft.
Robins AFB C-5 Hangar
8/13/2018 4:09:00 PM
Jeffrey Stein, an architect with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District received the 2018 “James Connolly Award” during the Society of American Military Engineers Savannah Post’s Annual Program Review at the Savannah Riverfront Marriot, June 27.

The Connolly Award is presented each year to a civilian or military engineer within the Savannah community for notable contributions in the field of engineering, particularly in design and construction methods. The award is named in honor of James B. Connolly (1868-1957), who was an Olympic gold medalist, Spanish-American War veteran, distinguished author, and a former Corps' Savannah District employee. Williams is the eighth recipient of the Connolly Award since it was first presented in 2004.

The award was presented by the Savannah Community of Engineer organizations, which includes the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Savannah Post and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Savannah Branch. Stein was recognized for his outstanding accomplishments in the Corps' Savannah District where he serves as the Chief of Center of Standardization, responsible for planning, directing, coordination, and execution of various standardized Army facility designs that are used worldwide.
Army civilian engineer earns Savannah prestigous award
6/27/2018 3:48:00 PM
Burton “Burt” Moore, Chief of the Dredging Section of the Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, surveys the beach renourishment at Tybee Island, Georgia. Moore oversees the work to repair beach erosion caused by Hurricanes Matthew and Irma in 2016 and 2017. Renourishing the beach will help mitigate damage from future storms striking the small Georgia resort town. The Corps of Engineers awarded the work contract to Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company. Tybee Island sits adjacent to the Savannah harbor shipping channel, a federal navigation project. The Corps of Engineers continues its Savannah Harbor Expansion Project to deepen the entire harbor from its current 42-foot depth to 47 feet. Dredging crews completed the outer harbor, also known as the outer channel, deepening in the spring of 2018. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Billy Birdwell.) (Photos taken on April 11, 2018.)
Burt Moore oversees beach renourishment at Tybee Island GA
6/12/2018 11:52:00 AM
Burton “Burt” Moore, right, with the Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, discusses beach renourishment on Tybee Island, Georgia, with Joe Wilson, that town’s director of public works. Moore oversees beach renourishments as part of his duties as the dredging manager for the Savannah District. In the spring of 2018, the Savannah District undertook the task of renourishing parts of Tybee’s beach eroded by Hurricane Matthew in 2016. The $4.3 million contract took approximately 250,000 cubic yards of pristine beach sand from a “borrow site” about a mile offshore and placed in onto specified areas of the beach. Beach renourishment helps protect the city from future storms. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Billy Birdwell.)
Beach Renourishment at Tybee Island Georgia
6/12/2018 11:51:00 AM
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District team members welcome new Commander Col. Daniel Hibner and his family to the district following a Change of Command Ceremony, June 8.
Corps' Savannah District welcomes new commander
6/8/2018 3:48:00 PM
Brig. Gen. Diana Holland, Commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers South Atlantic Division, passes the Corps flag to Col. Daniel Hibner, incoming commander for the Corps' Savannah District during a change of command ceremony June 8, 2018. The passing of the colors symbolizes the formal relinquishing of command from outgoing commander Col. Marvin Griffin to incoming commander Hibner. USACE photo by David Kimery.
Corps' Savannah District welcomes new commander
6/8/2018 3:46:00 PM
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