Mike Coy, chief of the Real Estate Branch, teaches Sabrina Dornellas, real estate specialist, how to use a laser distance finder April 29 while Michelle Sappa, real estate specialist, holds a target for the required measurement. The Real Estate Branch conducted an inventory of the Alaska District’s buildings on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson. The task served as a training opportunity to learn how to measure buildings, sidewalks and record the acquired data. The purpose of the assignment was to verify the real property inventory list and help prepare the real estate instrument that authorizes the district headquarters and its buildings to reside on the installation.
Corps real estate branch manages diverse mission, Army’s footprint in Alaska
From places like remote Alaskan villages to military recruiting stations across the state, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Alaska District’s Real Estate Branch is doing its part to complete the Army mission in the Last Frontier.
Nome Harbor, Alaska
USACE Seeks Non-Fed Interest Prop. for Water Resources Development Studies & Projects
Section 7001 of the Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA) of 2014 requires the Secretary of the Army to submit annually to Congress an Annual Report that identifies for potential congressional authorization completed feasibility reports, proposed feasibility studies, and proposed modifications to authorized projects or studies that meet certain criteria. Proposals from non-Federal interests must be submitted online.
Established in 2009 under the Army Contracting Command, the military contingency contracting team provides assistance to the Alaska District’s Asia Office. The district constructs schools, medical clinics and cyclone shelters on behalf of U.S. Pacific Command, which is responsible for providing humanitarian aid to 36 countries across Southeast Asia.
Alaska District Spotlight: military contingency contracting team
Four Soldiers assigned to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Alaska District are helping improve people’s lives by administering contracts for design and construction projects in distant lands.
Alaska District Headquarters Building
Welcome to the Alaska District
Are you interested in working for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Alaska? Watch this video and visit the career page to learn more about opportunities. To apply, visit www.usajobs.gov.

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