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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Engineer Research & Development Center
Construction Engineering Research Lab
ATTN: CEERD-PA-I
P.O. Box 9005
2902 Newmark Dr.
Champaign, IL 61826-9005

Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL)

Researcher selected for water quality subcommittee
Researcher selected for water quality subcommittee
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (May 24, 2018) -- Dr. Lance Hansen, director of the Construction Engineering Research Laboratory in Champaign, Illinois, presents an Engineer Research and Development Center coin to Dr. Martin Page. Page was selected by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy to support the Subcommittee on Water Availability and Quality of the National Science and Technology Council. The purpose of the subcommittee is to advise and assist the National Science and Technology Council on policies, procedures, plans, issues, scientific developments and research needs related to the availability and quality of water resources of the United States. The subcommittee will focus on science issues and policy related to needed improvements in technology and research that will advance the goal of ensuring a safe and sustainable supply of water for human and ecological needs. Hansen recognized Page's accomplishment today during the director's inaugural town hall meeting held May 24.
Lee selected as logistics employee of the year
Lee selected as logistics employee of the year
Katherine Lee is presented the United States Army Corps of Engineers Logistics Activity 2017 Employee of the Year Award by Interim Deputy Director Michelle Hanson, Construction Engineering and Research Laboratory.
A barracks hut constructed with the Automated Construction of Expeditionary Structures is a new construction technology that prints concrete structures. The printer reduces building materials shipped by half and construction manpower requirements by 62 percent when compared to expedient plywood construction in overseas military construction. This hut resides at the Construction Engineering Research Laboratory in Champaign, Illinois.
3-D printing a building
A barracks hut constructed with the Automated Construction of Expeditionary Structures is a new construction technology that prints concrete structures. The printer reduces building materials shipped by half and construction manpower requirements by 62 percent when compared to expedient plywood construction in overseas military construction. This hut resides at the Construction Engineering Research Laboratory in Champaign, Illinois.

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Lee selected as logistics employee of the year

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (April 24, 2018) -- Katherine Lee recently received the U.S. Amy Corps of Engineers
[Published: 4/24/2018]

Cold Regions Laboratory hosts technical meeting

HANOVER, N.H. (Sept. 14, 2017) – Lynette Barna with the U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and
[Published: 9/27/2017]

3-D printing a building

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (Aug. 21, 2017)--The Construction Engineering Research Laboratory in Champaign,
[Published: 8/22/2017]