Archive: May, 2019
  • May

    Nelson Receives Commander's Coin

    Kevin Nelson was presented with the Commander's Coin for Excellence for his leadership and success as Program Manager for our District's IIS/WFO/CX International/Interagency Support and Work for Others & Centers of Expertise. Kevin is wrapping up his time in this assignment and handing the reigns over to Bob Peterson who joined Project Management Branch and will be our new IIS/WFO Program Manager.
  • Life Jackets Worn...Nobody Mourns

    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!
  • The Bluestone DSA Recreation PDT Recognized by COL Evers

    ​The Bluestone DSA Recreation PDT was recognized by COL Evers for exceptional efforts in delivering the DDR, Plans, and Specifications for all review teams in time to be incorporated with the main stilling basin contract.
  • Setting an Emergency Bulkhead at Delaware Lake

    Colonel Evers is joined by Greg Feustel, Delaware Lake Resource Manager and Brian Luprek, Scioto Area Resource Manager as they observe the Marietta Repair Station crew setting the emergency bulkhead in one of the gates at Delaware Lake.
  • Junior Ranger Program

    ​Burnsville Lake assisted Sutton Lake with their Junior Ranger Program last week by teaching the students about the wildlife of West Virginia and how it relates to being a Park Ranger. Additionally, the students got to meet a special guest, a leucistic black rat snake, while learning how to identify venomous and non-venomous snakes found in their area.
  • Burnsville Lake Mussel Study

    This summer you may notice several blue barrels floating by the Dam. Those barrels are part of an ongoing mussel study that is being conducted through a partnership between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources.
  • Lower Mud Water Line Extension Project Section 340

    The Lincoln County Public Service District hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the completion of the Lower Mud Water Extension Project at the Lincoln County 911 Center.
  • Andrew Branard Recognition

    Andrew Branard was recognized for exceptional efforts on concurrently conducting Numeric, RAS and Physical Modeling to help the Bluestone DSA PDT navigate complicated design issues while staying on schedule as well as supporting critical understandings of operational risk to be incorporated into the instructions to the dam tender during construction of Phase 5.