Phillip C. Rogers receives Commander’s Special Emphasis Award
by Ross Reily
Published: September 13,2013
Phillip C. Rogers, a civil engineer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Vicksburg District’s Engineering Division, recently received a Commander’s Special Emphasis Award at the District’s ninth annual Founder’s Day ceremony. Rogers received the award for his service and dedication for exceptional achievement of his assigned duties in the support of the War on Terrorism. During his deployment to the Transatlantic District South, Kandahar Afghanistan, he managed four military construction (MILCON) contracts totaling $55 million. He successfully completed the 451st Air Expeditionary Wing Intel, and Operations and Maintenance Facility. He also provided oversight and coordination for the MILCON M20 North Airfield Road and Utilities project during the critical final connections of the power distribution system. He began his career with the District in 2009 as a civil engineer in the architectural, civil, mechanical, and electrical branch of Engineering and Construction Division. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
A native of Oxford, Rogers earned his bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from the University of Mississippi. He is the son of Perry L. Rogers of Oxford, and Dorothy Adams of Milwaukee, Wis.
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