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Lock and Dam Inspections
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. The divers check for wear and tear on the mechanical gear that opens and closes the locks, as well as routine maintenance
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.
Boundary Marking and Recovery Training
The Huntington District’s Geospatial Section conducted training at the Summersville Lake Project for the marking and maintenance of the USACE Boundary Line.
Recent Flooding Shines Light on Importance of Levee Safety Team
Recent high water events in the Huntington District have served to highlight an important, but often overlooked team that inspects the levees and flood walls of our region as part of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Levee Safety Program.
Career Fair at Marshall University
Hundreds of students met with professionals representing a variety of careers as part of Marshall University's "Corps of Engineers Day" at the Memorial Student Center in Huntington, W.Va., on March 6, 2018
Water Quality Intensive Surveys
Christy Stefanides,Thaddaeus Tuggle, and Kamryn Tufts, collected water chemistry samples in the tail waters and inflows of Tappan, R. D. Bailey, Clendening, and Piedmont Lakes.