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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Engineer Research & Development Center
Information Technology Laboratory
3909 Halls Ferry Road
Vicksburg, MS 39180-6199

Information Technology Laboratory (ITL)

Dr. Jeff Hensley, chief of the Information Technology Laboratory’s Computational Analysis Branch at the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center in Vicksburg, Mississippi. Hensley’s research focuses on a variety of high performance computing projects, including seeking environmental data to rapidly model environmental conditions, and modeling and analyzing ways to mitigate fractures in steel hydraulic structures.
Dr. Jeff Hensley
Dr. Jeff Hensley, chief of the Information Technology Laboratory’s Computational Analysis Branch at the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center in Vicksburg, Mississippi. Hensley’s research focuses on a variety of high performance computing projects, including seeking environmental data to rapidly model environmental conditions, and modeling and analyzing ways to mitigate fractures in steel hydraulic structures.
Figure 2. In BIM modeling of the ERDC headquarters building there is not just one model created by the Yates Construction team, but several that are integrated into a composite master model.  Each discipline including structural engineering, mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering creates a model independently of all the others, based upon the Mobile District’s original contract plan set, which is the starting point.
Building Information Modeling becomes everyday business
Figure 2. In BIM modeling of the ERDC headquarters building there is not just one model created by the Yates Construction team, but several that are integrated into a composite master model. Each discipline including structural engineering, mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering creates a model independently of all the others, based upon the Mobile District’s original contract plan set, which is the starting point.
ERDC is supporting Army installations as they seek to reach net zero energy requirements. At the same time, ERDC’s laboratories are also working toward reducing energy consumption.  To test new energy planning software, ERDC launched a study of ITL’s facilities.
Net Zero Planner informs ERDC Laboratory energy strategy
ERDC is supporting Army installations as they seek to reach net zero energy requirements. At the same time, ERDC’s laboratories are also working toward reducing energy consumption. To test new energy planning software, ERDC launched a study of ITL’s facilities.

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Information technology branch chief selected

VICKSBURG, Miss. (June 22, 2017) -- Dr. Jeff Hensley was recently named chief for the Computational
[Published: 6/22/2017]

USACE R&D library launches Digital Repository Service

The Information Technology Laboratory’s Information Science and Knowledge Management Branch has
[Published: 5/4/2017]

USACE R&D incorporates BIM

The days when cutting edge technology was not being used to its fullest potential on a construction
[Published: 5/4/2017]