Kelsey Ciarrocca (second from right), a cartographer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Galveston District, points out properties on a map before conducting rights-of-entry (ROE) visits in a south Texas neighborhood. Ciarrocca’s work involves supporting project delivery teams—made up of USACE staff and contractors—who do most of their work out in the field. This includes a lot of going door-to-door securing critical ROEs from private landowners to access properties. Without the ROEs, the Real Estate Division can’t conduct important surveys and geotechnical investigations.

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