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Former USACE Director of Military Programs Lloyd Caldwell joins Dawson

Dawson & Associates is pleased to announce that Lloyd Caldwell, whose 40-year career with the US Army Corps of Engineers includes nearly a decade as an Army senior civilian overseeing Corps engineering, construction, environmental remediation and real estate, has joined our firm.

Lloyd will be a senior advisor and he will advise clients on matters involving projects management and Corps of Engineers operations and procedures.

For eight years, Lloyd was Director of Military Programs at Corps headquarters leading a budget influence of some $35 billion and a worldwide workforce of over 36,000 professionals. In his career, he also frequently led Corps of Engineer project teams on missions including civil works construction, military facilities engineering and construction, environmental remediation, and disaster preparedness and response.

Lloyd also oversaw program execution and directed policy development and implementation in Army Corps of Engineers acquisition, risk management, sustainability/energy planning and design, public-private partnerships, and real estate acquisitions.

Lloyd also has extensive experience with federal water policy in the Chesapeake Bay and central Atlantic region. He was the Corps’ Area Engineer responsible for successful completion of construction of the Tioga-Hammond Dams, the Cowanesque Dam, and Lakes Projects in north central Pennsylvania, as well as for levee construction in the Susquehanna River Basin.

For more about Lloyd, please click here.

If you would like information about how Dawson & Associates can help clients navigate complex areas of Federal environmental law, including environmental permitting, please click here.

Maj. Gen. (Ret) Rick Stevens

Senior Vice President

A former Deputy Commanding General of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Rick joined our firm in 2018.


The views expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Dawson & Associates.


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