Tag: Army engineer
  • February

    Builders of Bulwark: Norfolk H&H engineer illustrates the heart, path of a problem-solver

    There are creative kids who want to produce art; there are athletic kids who seek sports; and maybe, there are the engineering kids who want to problem-solve. And if that’s the case, people like Leah Weaver would be their inspiration.
  • EWeek spotlight: Desire to ‘build things’ leads former Soldier into role as Norfolk District project manager

    After joining the Army as a teenager and training in combat arms, Mike Anderson turned to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as a way to channel his creativity. National Engineers Week, or EWeek, which began Sunday, is an observation dedicated to raising public awareness of engineer contributions to quality of life. And with USACE serving as a globally recognized leader in engineering, Norfolk District is home to many who serve in this capacity.
  • Hero of the Week: Project manager solves glitches with creativity, teamwork

    Johnny Grandison Jr. knows how to solve problems. After approximately 20 years working for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, he’s developed two go-to elements to ensure the district delivers the mission: strong teamwork and creative thinking. Earning this week’s Norfolk District Hero of the Week, Grandison, who is part of the programs and project management division, was nominated by John Flint, the military programs branch chief.