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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Huntington District participated in a partnership meeting with Brayman Construction Company and leaders within the City of Hinton to review and discuss the progress of Bluestone Dam Safety Assurance Phase 5. The purpose of this meeting was to give all parties involved a chance to meet face-to-face and discuss issues or concerns they might have as the team moves forward with Phase 5.
Colonel Evers presented awards to members of the Engineering and Construction for their accomplishments in the EC Leading Change Challenge.
Jaime Pinkham, Acting, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works, and Major General William (Butch) H. Graham, Deputy Commanding General for Civil and Emergency Operations, made a visit to the USACE Huntington District in order to take informative tours of Bluestone Dam, Marmet Locks and Dam and the Marietta Repair Station. These tours gave the USACE Huntington team an opportunity to give a first-hand look at the progress and complexities shown at some of the district’s projects as well as the benefits the district has received from the Marietta Repair Station.
LTG Scott Spellmon, 55th Chief of Engineers, visited Huntington District’s Bluestone Dam near Hinton, W. Va. to be updated on the Phase 5 Bluestone Safety Modification Project. As part of the update he was able to see firsthand the successes the district has had with safely integrating project operations with the construction project as well as the collaborative efforts of the Dam Safety Mandatory Center of Expertise in the design and construction. The lessons learned in this process have been shared across the entire enterprise.
Col. Jason Evers, Commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Huntington District, gives a public service announcement from Beech Fork Lake in West Virginia to kick of the 2021 Water Safety Campaign: Life Jackets Worn... Nobody Mourns!
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Regulatory Public Notices

LRH 2019-368-WAL

STATE: Ohio APPLICANT: City of Mansfield PROJECT PURPOSE: The applicant has requested authorization to discharge dredged and/or fill material into approximately 0.91 acre of two (2) non-forested wetlands.

LRH 2020-631-BCR

STATE - West Virginia APPLICANT - Alpha Met Resources PROJECT PURPOSE - The applicant has requested a DA permit to discharge dredged and/or fill material into a total of 18,420 linear feet (1.87 acres) of stream channels and 1.79 acres of wetlands, in conjunction with the construction, operation and reclamation of the Turkeyfoot Surface Mine.