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Natural Resource Specialist Jess Fleming takes water quality measurements in Lake Hartwell on the Georgia-South Carolina state line. The Corps of Engineers shares water temperature and dissolved oxygen data with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources in an effort to learn more about fish habitat and survivability in the reservoir.
In this Oct. 2016 NASA photo satellites see Hurricane Matthew's center near Coastal South Carolina. Hurricane preparedness is important because, as this photo shows, a storm’s effects can cover the entire East Coast.
Sara Murphy, Savannah District Design Branch architect, works on the design of a future training building in a 3D building information modeling (BIM) program.
The 30 children who took part in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District Headquarters National Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day event April 25, 2019.
Savannah District Realty Specialist and Certified Yoga Instructor Emily Jimmo, instructs district team members during yoga class. Jimmo voluntarily teaches the class once a week, during lunch, to help promote a healthy, less stressful work atmosphere.
The dredge Hampton Roads raises its cutter head for maintenance during Savannah River maintenance dredging operations overseen by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District.
Madeline Crocker, Savannah District assistant district counsel, is mentored by John Ballard, Savannah District assistant district counsel. Crocker and three other Savannah District attorneys are alumni of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Office of the Chief Counsel Civilian Honors Program.
It started during his time as an active duty Army engineer officer stationed at Fort Stewart, Georgia, when Troy Funk got his first taste of what it would be like working for the Corps of Engineers. Now a USACE Resident Engineer, Funk is assigned to the mega Savannah Harbor Expansion Project.
Work continues on McCoy's Cut Diversion Structure. The project, which is 30 percent complete, is part of the environmental mitigation for the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project.
Dr. Michael Evans of Evans and Associates Consulting Firm, facilitates a kickoff session Jan. 18 for the Savannah District Leadership Development Program Level 1. Evans will facilitate five other sessions throughout the course of the program, which ends in August 2019.

Latest News Releases

Army Corps Announces Administrative Fee Changes
Atlanta, Ga. – Beginning 1 January 2020, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, South Atlantic Division, will implement a revised administrative fee schedule resulting in a total cost of $835 for a dock...
Tests on first dissolved oxygen injection system indicate successful results
SAVANNAH, Ga. – The Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, has completed tests on its Hutchinson Island dissolved oxygen injection system, as an environmental mitigation aspect of the...

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SAS-2019-00138-SP (SHS)

County: Chatham Nearest Named Waterbody: Bull River Overall Project Purpose: Construction of a full-service marina.
Published: 6/20/2019

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District, has prepared a Supplemental Environmental Assessment and Draft Finding of No Significant Impact to evaluate the potential impacts of modifying the previously-approved Savannah Harbor Expansion Project Fish Passage Mitigation feature.  The proposed modifications to the Fish Passage feature of the SHEP includes a river-wide in-channel fish passage consisting of a fixed crest weir with a rock ramp sloping upstream from the existing dam location and includes a low-lying floodplain bench on the Georgia side to provide additional high flow conveyance.


The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District, has prepared this Draft Environmental Assessment (EA), and Draft Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for an emergency supplemental beach renourishment on the Tybee Island Shore Protection Project, Tybee Island, Georgia. The report evaluates potential impacts of the renourishment, dune construction, and an expansion of the previously licensed borrow area.