The Southwestern Division (SWD) provides a full range of environmental engineering and management support for our military installation and other federal customers in support of our Military Works mission. A list of the program areas we support is provided in the menu on the left side of this page. SWD facilitates and delivers environmental products and services to all client/customers within its geographic either directly, by contract or by coordinating installation needs with other divisions/districts. We focus on building and maintaining a strong and vibrant partnership with our clients, regulators and other stakeholders by focusing on communication, mutual goals and environmental management systems.
SWD provides these environmental compliance, restoration, and management services using a matrix regional team concept. The SWD Regional Environmental Team (RET) includes the Division office in Dallas, TX and two District offices in Tulsa, OK and Fort Worth, TX which provides a full range of environmental products expertise and services in all or part of seven states and other clients nationwide. The team is comprised of highly skilled multi-faceted professionals that include disciplines such as environmental engineers, environmental scientists, geologists, chemists, geophysicists, ordnance & explosives safety specialists and engineering technicians.
The environmental professionals throughout the Southwestern Division works with other federal and state agencies, non-governmental organizations and academic institutions to find innovative solutions that provide a value service to the nation and communities. The Southwestern Division Environmental programs focus on reducing risk and protecting human health and the environment in a timely and cost-effective manner. The Southwestern Division executes a full range of cleanup and protection activities, such as:
Supporting the U.S. EPA by cleaning up Superfund sites.
Supporting the Army with the Base Realignment and Closure Act program
Management and conservation of Natural and cultural resources
USACE/EPA Hurricane Recovery and Hazwaste Operations Center