Archive: May, 2018
  • May

    FUDS forum & WV Maneuver Area Site Visit

    On 19-April the Huntington District FUDS PDT conducted the annual West Virginia FUDS Forum at the Seneca Rocks Discovery Center. Representing LRH were personnel from Project Management and HTRW Section, and from the LRL Office of Counsel. Other attendees included reps from WV Department of Environmental Protection, and the host US Forest Service. Representatives from USEPA and LRL's Projects and Program Management Division participated by conference call.
  • Sutton Lake's Rake the Lake 2018

    The rain cleared Saturday morning to offer up beautiful weather for another successful Rake the Lake! From the shore, kayak, and boat, trash and debris was removed in an attempt to keep Sutton Lake one of the most beautiful lakes in West Virginia! A huge thanks to our wonderful volunteers and sponsors who made this event such a success! See you next year!
  • Eric Smith Receives Star of Life

    During the recent Relinquishment of Command Ceremony Brigadier General Toy and Colonel Secrist presented the Star of Life Award for the quick actions of Eric Smith to save the life of a visitor to Mohawk Dam.
  • 5th Annual Huntington Small Business Conference

    The Huntington Post of the Society of American Military Engineers, in conjunction with the Huntington District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers held the 5th Annual Huntington Small Business Conference at the Big Sandy Superstore Civic Arena in Huntington, W.Va. on May 10, 2018. The conference is designed to allow contractor's to set up displays to highlight their firm's capabilities in order to provide networking opportunities with other firms, both large and small. The event drew more than 120 people from over 70 firms.
  • Huntington District Relinquishment of Command Ceremony

    Today, at the Huntington City Hall Auditorium, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District conducted a change of command ceremony. Col. Philip Secrist transferred command of the District to Lt. Col. William Miller. The ceremony was presided over by Brig. Gen. Mark Toy, Commanding General of the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.