U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Baltimore District

The USACE – Baltimore District manages a $2.8 billion military program, working with non-DOD agencies, including the Library of Congress, Department of Interior, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, among others. They lease and support more than 300 Armed Forces recruiting stations and 180 housing units, and also support the national response plan as part of the FEMA team. With more than 1,200 civilian and 15 active military personnel employees, the USACE – Baltimore District maintains 290 miles of federal channels, oversees 148 miles of federal flood protection levees preventing more than $16 billion in damages, manages 15 reservoir projects preventing approximately $4 billion in damages, protects environmentally sensitive coastline through restoration of 1,140 acres of remote islands, and runs the Washington Aqueduct, which supplies an average of 150 million gallons of drinking water daily to the District of Columbia, and Arlington County and Falls Church, Virginia.

Green Street Environmental has worked for the USACE – Baltimore District since 2011. We have assisted with Environmental Inspections at the following facilities:

  • Fort Meade
  • Fort McHenry
  • Defense Distribution Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
  • Fort McNair

nsa-domestic-surveillance-abuseProject Highlight: Fort Meade Army Base

Green Street Environmental assists USACE – Baltimore District with the evaluation of regulated and hazardous materials in buildings at Fort Meade as needed, including lead-based paint. We also provide advice and guidance related to health-based risk reduction and abatement methods.