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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

This coming year, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) celebrates Army Engineers: Building the Future. This special theme will be recognized throughout USACE during 2025, as they celebrate 250 years, tracing their origins back to 1775 when the Continental Congress organized the Army and provided for a Chief Engineer.
America’s Engineers: The People, Programs, and Projects of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (AE) will feature content and contributions from the USACE Office of History, as well as special articles written by USACE personnel and AE writers that examine the Past, Present, and Future of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers across its five mission areas: Civil Works, Military Construction, Emergency Response, Environment, and Research & Development. Additionally, we will dive into some of the world’s most recognizable and significant engineering projects led by the Corps of Engineers, including the Panama Canal, Manhattan Project, Apollo Program, and more.

About the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has a widespread presence across the nation and internationally, providing technical and construction expertise to more than 110 countries. Missions span a broad spectrum including: development and management of the nation’s water resources; support of commercial navigation; restoration, protection and management of aquatic ecosystems; flood risk management; disaster response; military construction; international and interagency services; project management and construction support to more than 250 Army and Air Force installations; environmental cleanup; real estate; research and development; and more.

The America's Engineers Mission

Our mission is to provide the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with a widely distributed print and online publication that highlights its incredible people, programs, and projects.

For our advertising partners, we want to surround your products, services, and solutions with USACE-centric content, and put your capabilities into the hands and onto the desktops of thousands of USACE and industry professionals.

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America's Engineers is produced under a Department of Defense Civilian Enterprise Agreement by American Conference & Event Media, LLC., and no U.S. Government funds are used for publication.
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What does USACE purchase?

A/E Services

Including studies, investigations, surveying and mapping, tests, evaluations, consultations, comprehensive planning, program management, conceptual designs, plans and specifications, value engineering, construction phase services, soils engineering, drawing reviews, and other related services are at the top of USACE contracts/

Construction Services

These requirements can range from $25,000 / 1 week project, to several hundreds of millions of dollars that stretch over years.

Army, Air Force, assigned U.S. government agencies and foreign governments all rely on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' construction leadership.

Service Contracts

Maintenance, overhaul, repair, servicing, rehabilitation, salvage, modernization, or modification of supplies, systems, or equipment.
Routine recurring maintenance of real property.
Housekeeping and base services.
Advisory and assistance services.

Sustainability Solutions

Protecting, sustaining, and improving the natural and man-made environment is not only a natural part of USACE's decision process; it is part of its culture.

Environmental Services

The Corps manages one of the largest federal environmental missions. Within this mission the nation's environmental engineers restore degraded ecosystems, construct sustainable facilities, regulate waterways, manage natural resources, and clean up contaminated sites from past military activities.

Emergency Support Services

USACE contracts for trained personnel and resources in response to emergencies and to aid in disaster response and recovery.
Under the direction of Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), USACE supports state and local governments in their response to major disasters.

R&D Services

Innovative solutions to the nation's toughest challenges in civil and military engineering, geospatial sciences, water resources, and environmental sciences.

Supplies

USACE buys a wide variety of supplies. Some examples of prior USACE purchases include- Trailer, UTVs, ATV, Boats, Fire Suppression Systems, Furniture, Construction Equipment, survey equipment…

Editorial Focus - Special Edition

Army Engineers: Building the Future

The upcoming edition will feature content and contributions from the USACE Office of History, as well as special articles written by USACE personnel and AE writers that examine the Past, Present, and Future of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers across its five mission areas: Civil Works, Military Construction, Emergency Response, Environment, and Research & Development. Additionally, we will dive into some of the world’s most recognizable and significant engineering projects led by the Corps of Engineers, including the Panama Canal, Manhattan Project, Apollo Program, and more.

Incoming CG Interview

Civil Works

Military Construction

Environment

Emergency Response

Research & Development

Historical Projects

Early History


"This year's edition will include a mix of interviews, profiles, special reports, history pieces written by military engineering and environmental experts; renowned journalists; and Corps staff on subjects that range from USACE's current programs to it's more than two centuries of history"


– U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

250th Anniversary of the U.S. Army Engineer

The upcoming edition of America's Engineers: The People, Programs, and Projects of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (AE) celebrates the 250th anniversary of the U.S. Army Engineer.

Our nation's Army engineers can trace their roots back to June 16, 1775, when the Continental Congress established an army with a chief engineer and two assistants. Colonel Richard Gridley assumed the role of General George Washington's first chief engineer. In 1779, Congress formally established a distinct Corps of Engineers.

Join us in this very special edition of America’s Engineers, where we will celebrate the two-and-a-half centuries that Army engineers have served the American public, the U.S. military, federal agencies, state and local governments, tribal nations, and our international partners.

The content will provide an in-depth look at the past and an up-to-date take on the present, with an eye looking at the incredible future the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is working towards. Content will be produced by USACE HQ, Districts, Labs, and others.
The Taking of Yorktown, Vve. Turgis, lithographer, courtesy Library of Congress
Channel improvement on Los Angeles River, California. Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army. Transporting 60-inch pipe to position in relocated sewer tunnel under Los Angeles River. Photograph taken June 30, 1939.
The Oak Ridge, Tenn., Gas Diffusion Plant
On August 15, 1914, the SS Ancon made the first official transit of the Panama Canal
America's Engineers

Readership

20,000+ Total Audience
16,000 Hard Copies
10,600 
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
780
DOD and Civil Agencies
3,940
Industry and Academia
540
Members of Congress
160
Office of the President, Cabinet Members
5,000+ Digital
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers shares the digital edition via email; USACE HQ, Division, and District social media channels; and via their online library and website.

The digital edition will also be available online as an interactive flip-book edition, ideally suited for desktop and tablet engagement. Additionally, a web-page based version will exist for mobile device-optimized reading.

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Purchase includes your advertisement in print and digital publications, web articles, a run-of-site banner on Americas-Engineers.com and in the weekly newsletter, as well as a social media file with all necessary links to share your content on your social media streams. 

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America's Engineers offers a limited number of “Sponsored Advertising Content” placements to organizations providing cutting-edge solutions with application to USACE challenges.

Depending on your desired package and ad size, you can include 500 to 1500 estimated word count accompanied by your advertising creative to illustrate the benefits of your solutions to readers.

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