Tag: civil works
  • July

    Annual Maintenance Bulkhead Exercise

    While conducting the annual maintenance bulkhead exercise, access across Sutton Dam to the Jerimiah Carpenter hiking trail was closed. This important exercise enables staff the opportunity to maintain a state of readiness and to test the various pieces of equipment and steps required to complete the process.
  • May

    LTG Spellman Visits Bluestone Dam

    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.
  • March

    Huntington District Divers

    Divers from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Huntington (W.V.) District recently completed inspections of Locks and Dams 1, 2 and 3 on the Cape Fear River.
  • February

    LRH Integrates USACE capabilities to support Interagency objectives

    ​Huntington District’s Cost Engineering Section developed an Independent Government Cost Estimate (IGCE) for the Electrical Substation per Technical Direction Letter (TDL) Task 40 for the Department of Energy-National Nuclear Security Administration (DOE-NNSA)/Uranium Processing Facility (UPF) Project Office (UPO) which requested the support.
  • LRH Technical Suport Branch Monitors Movement of Huntington Floodwall Pump Station

    Aaron Ansell from the Huntington District’s Geospatial Section sets control targets for the Trimble V-10 Terrestrial Photogrammetry unit to monitor Huntington Floodwall 11th Street Pump Station Subsidence. Staff from the Huntington District’s Technical Support Branch made a second 3-D scan of the project site to monitor the pump station and surrounding wall sections for continued movement.