USACE Louisville District awards record amount of contracts within hours
Photo Credit: Eric Cheng (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District)
(Clockwise from left) Nat Peters, USACE Louisville District environmental engineer, Mark Nichter, Louisville District geologist, Eileen Mohr, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency project manager, and Louisville District environmental engineers Derek Kinder and Nick Stolte use the Subsurface Incremental Sampling Methodology (ISM) to determine the average concentration of contaminants at various depth intervals April 27, 2010 at Ravenna Army Ammunition Plant, Ravenna, Ohio. This is the first time that the Subsurface ISM has been used on a Louisville District Corps of Engineers project.
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