US Army Corps of Engineers
Huntington District

Col. Jason Evers, commander, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Huntington District, poses with recipients of the Commander's Award for Civil Service at the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center in Vicksburg, Miss., July 31, 2019. Evers presented the awards in recognition of the outstanding partnership between the Huntington District and ERDC and for the exceptional efforts in hydraulic modeling in support of the Bluestone Dam Safety Assurance Mega-Project.
The makeover at Bluestone Dam has been a slow process – but the final part of the process is now underway.
Ed Stowasser, Hydraulic Engineer, Huntington District, Dam Safety Production Center recently returned from a trip to Laos in support of United States Indo-Pacific Command, the US Department of State, the US Embassy in Vientiane, and the Lao PDR Ministry of Energy and Mines. He served on a team of subject matter experts to provide technical review and advice to the Government of Laos’ Dam Safety International Advisory team. This effort was part of the Government of Laos’ national dam safety initiative to help the Government of Laos conduct a safety review of foreign owned and operated hydropower facilities throughout the country.
On July 9, 2019 the Bluestone Dam Safety Assurance Team were joined by U.S. Congresswoman Carol Miller from the 3rd District of West Virginia and representatives from Senator Manchin and Senator Capito, as well Hinton City Mayor Joe Blankenship, the WV Division of Natural Resources Director Stephen McDaniel, and Tim Tailor from Brayman Construction to help celebrate major accomplishments since the receipt of full funding in the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018.
Col. Jason Evers, Commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Huntington District, gives a public service announcement from Alum Creek Dam in Ohio to kick of the 2019 Water Safety Campaign: Life Jackets Worn... Nobody Mourns!

Regulatory Public Notices

LRH 2019-643-SCR

The applicant has requested authorization to discharge dredged and/or fill material into 0.22 acre of one (1) emergent wetland and 3,007 linear feet (0.69 acre) of one (1) intermittent stream in conjunction with the proposed construction of the Rings Farm and Shier Rings Road Corridor Project.


The District Engineer has received a prospectus to establish a wetland mitigation bank to provide compensatory mitigation for Federal and State permits as described in this Public Notice.

Latest News Releases

Maintenance at Robert C. Byrd Locks Limits Recreational Lockages
Huntington, W.Va. – Maintenance planned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District, will limit recreational boat lockages at the Robert C. Byrd Locks and Dam on the Ohio River in...
Pike County Flood Risk Management Meeting on Aug. 1
Huntington, W.Va. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will host a meeting on Thursday, Aug. 1, 2019, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. for Pike County area officials and emergency management personnel to examine...


Justin Elkins, Mitigation Banking Program Manager, conducts a site visit to inspect wetland that was established as part of Mitigation Banking.
2019 Small Business Conference
Bluestone Dam Safety Assurance Team
Dam Safety in Laos
Bluestone Dam Edges Closer to Completion
R3F Marietta Repair Station Repairs Gathright Dam (NAO) Gate
Burnsville Lake Hosts First Aid and CPR Training
​ ​PCXIN-DM Staff Celebrates Efficient Data Collection
COL Evers presents Ashley Pierson with the Commanders Award
LDP Graduation
Science and Sutton Lake go hand in hand!
MG Toy Visits Supplemental Project Sites
​LRD Commanding General Visits Bluestone Dam
Sutton Dam
The R. D. Bailey Lake Dam was recently updated with new technology: automated piezometers which were installed on December 9, 2017.
Steve Foster, Kamryn Tufts, Andy Johnson, Emma Kist, Christy Stefanides, and Thaddaeus Tuggle, Huntington District Water Quality, collected water chemistry and chlorophyll in the lake, tail waters, and inflows of Bluestone, Burnsville, Summersville, and Sutton Lakes.
The view of the intake structure while gathering water samples at Leesville Lake in Bowerston, Ohio.
Summersville Lake
Marmet Locks and Dam
The Project Managers take a seat on their floating classroom on a barge connect to the “Laurel J.”
Tom Jenkins Lake
London Locks
Summersville Dam