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Pub Number Proponent Title Pub Date Latest Review Info
EP 1100-1-1 CECW-Z Federal Support Toolbox for IWRM 5/13/2013 Provide a comprehensive on-line toolbox
of water information across all levels of
government and organizations
EP 1100-1-2 CECW-EC U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Resilience Initiative Roadmap 10/16/2017 This document was originally provided USACE-wide via “The Chief Sends” (email) from LTG Bostick, 53rd Chief of Engineers, on 16 MAY 2016. Its issuance as an EP isdone so that the Roadmap is part of the permanent USACE publication record.
EP 1100-1-3 CECW-EC USACE SUSTAINABILITY: DEFINITION AND CONCEPTS GUIDE 7/19/2018 This pamphlet clarifies sustainability-related terms and definitions to help orient and align staff on practices consistent with the Environmental Operating Principles (EOP), Guiding Principles for Sustainable Federal Buildings (GP), Civil Works Strategic Plan (CWSP), and other directives.
EP 1100-2-1 CECW-EC/CECW-P Procedures to Evaluate Sea Level Change: Impacts, Response, and Adaptation 6/30/2019 provides instructional and procedural guidance to analyze and adapt to the direct and indirect physical and ecological effects of projected future sea level change (SLC) on USACE projects and systems of projects needed to implement Engineer Regulation (ER) 1100-2-8162.
EP 1100-2-2 CECW-EC Civil Works Sustainable Infrastructure Practices Guidebook 12/1/2019 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineering (USACE) Environmental Operating Principles (EOP) encourages staff to “create mutually supporting economic and environmentally sustainable solutions” (Refs. 5.a., 5.b.).
EP 1100-2-3 CECW-EC Civil Works Guide To Sustainable Infrastructure Requirements 6/1/2020 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Environmental Operating Principles (EOP) encourage staff to “create mutually supporting economic and environmentally sustainable solutions” (Refs. 4.a., 4.b.)
EP 1105-1-1 CE-CW-CE Sponsor's Guide to the USACE Levee Safety Program 6/1/2018 Levees are critical flood risk management infrastructure that help reduce the frequency of flooding for people and property. More than a trillion dollars of public and private property, including homes and businesses, are behind USACE levees. These leveed areas also contain critical infrastructure, such as highways, hospitals, schools and utilities, and significant environmental and cultural resources
EP 1105-2-10 CECW-MP Six Steps to a Civil Works Project 5/1/1990 Contact publications representative for more information.
EP 1105-2-57 CECW-P Planning: Stakeholder Engagement, Collaboration, and Coordination 3/1/2019 This pamphlet explains the benefits of, and requirements for, stakeholder engagement, collaboration, and coordination in Civil Works planning studies.
EP 1105-3-1 CEMP-OP Planning: Base Camp Development In The Theater Of Operations 1/19/2009 Base camps can act as power projection platforms throughout full spectrum operations while allowing the promulgation of the operational mission intent in a most effective, efficient, and sustainable manner that enables force protection and augmentation of the CCDR's mission assets
EP 1110-1-15 CECW-EG Cooperation with State Geological Surveys 3/31/1994 The purpose of this pamphlet is to encourage USACE cooperation and coordination with State Geological Surveys.
EP 1110-1-16 CECW-EP Handbook for the Preparation of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans for Construction Activities 2/28/1997 This pamphlet provides guidance for the preparation and development of plans for the prevention
of storm water pollution at construction projects. Section 402 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (the Clean Water Act) requires that such plans be made.
EP 1110-1-17 CEMP-RA Establishing a Temporary Open Burn and Open Detonation Site for Conventional Ordnance and Explosive Projects 7/16/1999 This pamphlet provides  general guidance for establishing and utilizing a temporary Open Burn and/or Open Detonation site for the destruction of small quantities of Ordnance and Explosives (OE) in support of OE project operations.
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 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.
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