SWD provides vital public engineering services and stewardship of water resource infrastructure, in peace and war, to strengthen our Nation’s security, energize the economy, and reduce risks from disasters.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Southwestern Division
SWD provides vital public engineering services and stewardship of water resource infrastructure, in peace and war, to strengthen our Nation’s security, energize the economy, and reduce risks from disasters.
SWD is a HIGH PERFORMING ORGANIZATION that reliably delivers QUALITY engineering products and services.
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SWD is a HIGH PERFORMING ORGANIZATION that reliably delivers QUALITY engineering products and services.
The Southwestern Division (SWD) has approximately 2,700 civilians and soldiers across the Region. We continue focusing our efforts on employees and ensuring we recruit the best and brightest that will assume critical positions. We offer challenging professional, technical and administrative assignments and continue hiring talented and motivated US citizens in our offices. We also offers educational opportunities, certificate programs, professional and leadership development as well as mentoring programs. We support and nurture the growth of our employees and provide the tools to ensure superior performance in all our missions.
The Southwestern Division is Hiring
The Southwestern Division (SWD) has approximately 2,700 civilians and soldiers across the Region. We continue focusing our efforts on employees and ensuring we recruit the best and brightest that will assume critical positions. We offer challenging professional, technical and administrative assignments and continue hiring talented and motivated US citizens in our offices. We also offers educational opportunities, certificate programs, professional and leadership development as well as mentoring programs. We support and nurture the growth of our employees and provide the tools to ensure superior performance in all our missions.
- 60% of the Corps water supply contracts
- 75% of Corps water supply storage
- 60 reservoirs with water supply storage
- 8.4 million acre-feet of storage
- 4 billion gallons of water per day during severe drought conditions
- Enough water for 1.8 million households
Southwestern Division Water Supply Facts
- 60% of the Corps water supply contracts - 75% of Corps water supply storage - 60 reservoirs with water supply storage - 8.4 million acre-feet of storage - 4 billion gallons of water per day during severe drought conditions - Enough water for 1.8 million households
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The Southwestern Division is a respected organization that develops and cares for our people while engineering solutions to our region’s toughest challenges.

Reaching our goals and delivering on our promises wouldn’t be possible without our dedicated workforce.
Why I work for the Corps
The Southwestern Division is a respected organization that develops and cares for our people while engineering solutions to our region’s toughest challenges. Reaching our goals and delivering on our promises wouldn’t be possible without our dedicated workforce.

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Corps Schedules Public Workshop on Kings River Access

7/16/2018
BRANSON, Mo. – The Corps of Engineers’ Table Rock Project Office will hold a public workshop to exhibit proposed repairs to Kings River Access from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. July 25 at the First Baptist Church, 28563 State Highway J, Golden, Mo.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Friends of the Wild Whoopers agree to assist in the recovery of endangered whooping cranes

7/10/2018
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) announced today the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Friends of the Wild Whoopers to assist in the recovery of endangered whooping cranes.

USACE Identifies Long-Term Disaster Recovery Projects and Additional Short-Term Repairs to be Accomplished with 2018 Supplemental Funding

7/5/2018
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) announced today additional work that it plans to accomplish with the funding provided for disaster recovery in Public Law 115-123, the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018, signed into law February 9, 2018.

 

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