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EP 870-1-16 CEHO "Dear Friends at Home..." The letters and Diary of Thomas James Owen, Fiftieth New York Volunteer Engineer Regiment during the Civil War 1/1/1985 This is the fourth publication in the series of Corps of Engineers Historical Studies.  It reproduces the personal letters and diary of an Engineer soldier who served in the Civil War
EP 360-1-32 CEMP-CEC 2011 Sustainability Awards 8/1/2011 Awards people who continue to use innovation, dedication, and hard work to balance mission requirements with sustainability responsibilities.
EP 715-1-8 CEPR-ZA 51C/1102 Proficiency Guide For Construction Architect-Engineer (A-E) & Contingency Contracting 9/21/2011 Contact publications representative for more information.
EP 690-1-9 CEHR-OP A Guide for Managers and Supervisors 1/1/1982 Contact publications representative for more information.
EP 715-1-2 CEMP-CE A Guide to Effective Contractor Quality Control (CQC) 2/1/1990 This booklet explains the Corps* concept of CQC and can assist the
contractor to bring about effective control
EP 870-1-58 CEHO After Desert Storm: The U.S. Army and the Reconstruction of Kuwait 6/4/1999 USACE critical role in the Kuwait recovery operation after the end of the war and its involvement in the Persian Gulf War.
EP 715-1-7 CECW-CE, CEPR-P Architect Engineer Contracting in USACE 2/29/2012 This pamphlet provides guidance and procedures for contracting for architect-engineer with the Brooks Architect-Engineer Act and the acquisition
regulations referenced below. The guidance and procedures in this pamphlet promote fair, efficient and consistent A-E contracting practices throughout the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).
EP 715-1-5 CEMP-ES, CEPR-P Architect-Engineer Contracting Guide - Hazardous, Toxic, Radioactive Waste (HTRW) Contracting 8/10/1993 This pamphlet is to serve as a training guide for USACE personnel to
evaluate the most appropriate contract type for architectural and engineering services, consistent with governing laws and regulations
EP 415-1-260 CECW-CE Area/Resident Engineer Management Guide 3/31/2016 This Engineer Pamphlet supersedes EP 415-1-260, Dated 6 December 1990
EP 1110-1-23 CEMP-RT Asbestos Abatement Air Monitoring - Standard Scope of Work 1/31/1999 Provides guidance for developing project scopes of work to conduct air monitoring during asbestos abatement (IAW CEGS 13280), to include environmental air quality control and/or air sampling for baseline (pre-abatement) and final clearance phases.
EP 1110-1-11 CECW-EG Asbestos Abatement Guideline Detail Sheets 7/15/1992 Provides asbestos abatement Guideline Detail Sheets that will be used in conjunction with USACE Guide Specification for Military Construction CEGS 02080.
EP 1110-1-22 CEMP-RA Asbestos Surveys and Assessments - Standard Scope of Work 9/15/2000 Provides a framework for developing site and project specific scopes of work for completion of asbestos surveys and assessments at Army facilities.
EP 385-1-40 CESO-S Boards of Investigation 5/31/1991
EP 870-1-72 CEHO Bricks, Sand, and Marble: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Construction in the Mediterranean and Middle East, 1947-1991 7/1/1905 USACE in military construction in the Mediterranean Basin (including northern and northeastern Africa) and the Middle East, which created the infrastructure that made the policies of deterrence and containment possible.
EP 870-1-32 CEHO Bridging the Imjin: Construction of Libby and Teal Bridges during the Korean War (October 1952-July 1953) 8/1/1989 As the 40th anniversary of the Korean War approaches, we in the Corps of Engineers should reexamine how our predecessors overcame the engineering challenges posed by the rugged and unforgiving environment in which that war was fought.
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