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US Army Corps of Engineers

Location

Headquarters Points of Contact
441 G. Street, NW
Washington, DC 20314-1000
United States

Contact

+1-202-761-0011
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About

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has approximately 34,000 dedicated Civilians and Soldiers delivering engineering services to customers in more than 90 countries worldwide. With environmental sustainability as a guiding principle, our disciplined Corps team is working diligently to strengthen our Nation’s security by building and maintaining America’s infrastructure and providing military facilities where our servicemembers train, work and live. We are also researching and developing technology for our war fighters while protecting America’s interests abroad by using our engineering expertise to promote stability and improve quality of life. We are energizing the economy by dredging America’s waterways to support the movement of critical commodities and providing recreation opportunities at our campgrounds, lakes and marinas. And by devising hurricane and storm damage reduction infrastructure, we are reducing risks from disasters.

Equipment - active

Type Number Power Volume
Trailing suction hopper dredgers 8 24964 kW 19112 m³
Cutter suction dredgers 2 2952 kW
Water injection dredgers 1
Suction dredges 3 5475 kW
Name Type Built Power Volume
Currituck TSHD 1974 235 kW 239 m³
Dredge Fry SD
Essayons TSHD 1983 10742 kW 4587 m³
H.S. Taber CSD 1914
Hurley SD 1993
McFarland TSHD 1967 4476 kW 2402 m³
Merritt TSD 1964
Murden TSHD 2012 380 m³
New TSHD USACE TSHD 2027 4590 m³
Potter SD 1931 5475 kW
Sandwick WID
Wheeler TSHD 1982 7833 kW 6116 m³
William L. Goetz CSD 2005 2952 kW
Yaquina TSHD 1981 1678 kW 798 m³

Equipment - historical

Name Type Built Power Volume
A. Mackenzie TSHD 1924 1250 m³
Absecon TSHD 1914 394 kW
Alabama CSD 1925
Ancon TSHD 1907 1500 kW
Atlantic TSHD 1904 651 kW
B.M. Harrod CSD 1901
Barnard CSD 1903
Barth TSHD 1945 1395 kW 535 m³
Beaver DD 1932
Benyuard TSHD 1904 1007 kW
Biddle TSHD 1947 2300 m³
Burgess SD 1934
Burton TSHD 1904
Cahaba CSD
Captain Huston CSD 1910
Captain Meriwether Lewis CSD 1932
Captain William Clark CSD 1932
Cascadas DD 1915
Chester Harding TSHD 1939 3120 kW 2050 m³
Col. D.D. Gaillard GD 1916
Col. P.S. Michie TSHD 1913
Colonel G.P. Howell CSD
Comber TSHD 1947 2300 m³
Comstock TSHD 1915
Congaree CSD 1914
Crofton TSHD 1932
Culebra TSHD 1907 1342 kW
Damayan CSD 1956 735 kW
Dan C. Kingman TSHD 1924 588 kW 1883 m³
Davison TSHD 1945 1398 kW 535 m³
De Pere DD 1924
De Witt Clinton CSD 1932
Delaware TSHD 1905 1287 kW
Depoe Bay CSD 1944
Dredge no. 2 CSD 1949
Dubuque CSD 1971
Dundee SD 1932
Essayons - old TSHD 1950 6100 m³
Fort Cage SD 1908
Fort Chartres SD 1908
Galveston TSHD 1908 1520 kW
Gamboa DD 1914
General Chittenden CSD 1938
General G.G. Meade TSHD 1904
General G.L. Gillespie TSHD 1904
General Moultrie SD 1855 118 m³
Gerig TSHD 1947 2300 m³
Gillespie CSD 1915
Goethals TSHD 1937 4800 m³
Grafton CSD 1932 1193 kW
Gulfport CSD 1913
Gulfstream CSD
Haines TSHD 1942 535 m³
Henry Bacon CSD 1931
Henry Flad CSD 1901
Hoffman TSHD 1942 535 m³
Jadwin SD 1934
James F.C. Hyde TSHD 1945 535 m³
Josenhans CSD 1946
Keokuk DD 1914
Kewaunee GD 1913
Kim Giang CSD 1961 809 kW
Langfitt TSHD 1947 2300 m³
Luckiamute CSD
Lyman TSHD 1945 1398 kW 535 m³
Manhatten TSHD 1904 1935 m³
Markham TSHD 1960 2070 m³
Monallo GD
Morgan CSD 1907
Mullen CSD 1976
Multnomah CSD 1913
Navesink TSHD 1908 1100 kW
New Orleans TSHD 1912 1839 kW 2294 m³
Nolin River DD 1914
Norman H. Davis CSD 1910
Ockerson SD 1931
Ohio - Dipperdredge GD
Omega CSD 1935
Oregon CSD 1908
Pacific TSHD 1937 380 m³
Paraiso (1914) DD 1914
Paraiso (1958) GD 1958
Pascaguola CSD 1909
Pelee SD 1909
Port of Portland CSD
Pullen csd 1926
Raritan TSHD 1908
Robert McGregor csd 1914
Sandmate TSHD 1908
Sandpiper tdhd TSHD 1949
Savannah TSHD 1904 826 kW 715 m³
Talcott CSD 1929
Taylor TSHD 1926
Todd CSD 1932
Tompkins GD 1931
Vesuvius SD 1909
W.L. Marshall TSHD 1924 1250 m³
Wahalak CSD 1910
Wahkiakum CSD 1913
Whirler Boat 645 GD
Willets Point TSHD 1926
William A. Thompson CSD 1937
William A. Thompson. CSD 1937 2088 kW
William L. Guthrie SD 1940
William M. Black CSD 1934
William S. Mitchell CSD 1934
William T. Rossell TSHD 1925
Winneconne GD 1926
Wishram CSD 1934
Woodbury SD 1874 38 m³

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