CRREL Scientist Recognized at Levee Safety Community of Practice Meeting

Published Sept. 14, 2012
Bryan Baker

Bryan Baker

Public Affairs Office

SOUTHBRIDGE, Mass. -- ERDC Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) Scientist Bryan Baker was recently recognized at a levee safety community of practice meeting in Southbridge, Mass.

Baker, with the lab’s Remote Sensing/Geographic Information Systems Center of Expertise, was recognized for his exemplary support of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) levee safety program and the entire engineering and construction community.

James Dalton, USACE chief of engineering and construction and dam and levee safety officer; Eric Halpin, special assistant of dam and levee safety; and Tammy Conforti, levee safety program manager, presented Baker with the Jefferson Cup in recognition of his efforts.

The Jefferson Cup, engraved with the Corps’ castle, represents the close association between Thomas Jefferson and USACE and the enduring importance of engineering to the Army and the nation.