US Army Corps of Engineers
Wilmington District

Wilmington District Military Construction

Congratulations to the District's Fort Bragg Special Operations Command Resident Engineer Office for winning a Merit Award for Technology and Innovation from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters in Washington for construction management and design of the Language and Culture Center.  From left to right: Wilmarie Pagan-Sanchez, Ron Cannady, William Rodriguez, Juan Ramos, Doug Wood, Brian Whitley and Paul Blue.
USACE Deputy Commanding General Maj. Gen. Michael Wehr, center, discusses the newly-completed U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) Language and Culture Center at Fort Bragg with Resident Engineer Doug Wood, left, of the USASOC Resident Engineer Office at Fort Bragg. At right is Wilmington District Commander Col. Rob Clark who hosted the tour, along with project manager Brian Whitley. (USACE photo by Hank Heusinkveld)
Project Engineers Joshua Kallam, left, and Anthony Byrd of the Wilmington District’s Special Operations Command Area Office check data from the construction of the Language and Cultural Center. See article below at right.  (USACE photo by Hank Heusinkveld)
Artist rendering of the JFK Special Warfare Center and School campus at Fort Bragg.
Civil engineer Joe Holm of the Wilmington District's U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) Resident Engineer Office at Fort Bragg manages projects of the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School. The projects will and are providing high-tech facilities for the elite Soldiers of USASOC.  (See article below.)
Construction is in full swing for the new Language Instruction Facility at Fort Bragg. The facility is part of the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School campus.  The building is expected to be completed by early 2018 and will accommodate more than 3,500 faculty and students.  (USACE photo by Lisa Parker)