Click here to read, “Extreme Makeover” from the Fall 2021 issue of Huntington Quarterly.
ETA’s staff was honored to talk about why they have chosen to live and work in Huntington, and what it means to give back to their community. Click here to watch the video.
Click here to read coverage in The Herald-Dispatch on our 25 Year Anniversary Celebration. Click here to view photos from the event.
The KYOVA Interstate Planning Commission (KYOVA) is conducting the Ohio River Bridge Feasibility Study to evaluate the need for a new crossing over the Ohio River between West Virginia and Ohio.
Marshall and Mountwest creating two-year degree in aviation maintenance
Congratulations to Marshall University, Mountwest Community & Technical College and the Robert C. Byrd Institute for this game changing achievement! The future is bright for our region.
The purpose is to evaluate the need and location for a crossing between Ohio SR 7 and WV SR 193 northeast of the Huntington metropolitan area.
The KYOVA Interstate Planning Commission is trying to figure out the possibility of a new bridge crossing the Ohio River, and they looked to the public Wednesday night for their thoughts. News outlets report the bridge would be the final step in the long-anticipated Tri-State Outer Belt linking the two states and parts of Interstate… Read More »»
Marshall University School of Pharmacy has moved into its new home on Hal Greer Boulevard in Huntington
Join us for this aerial look at the beautiful Stephen J. Kopp Hall and the nearby Fairfield Landing graduate student housing complex!
Posted by Marshall University School of Pharmacy on Wednesday, August 14, 2019
Edward Tucker Architects, Inc. is a long-time sponsor of The Wild Ramp who loves Huntington and local food. Ed and Phoebe attended the Farm to Table Dinner, a five-course meal of original recipes sourced by local farmers, on Oct 5.
Edward Tucker Architects, Inc. sponsored this year’s WV Makers Festival on Oct 4. With the displays and hands-on activities, it was a great outing for schools and groups that encourage entrepreneurship. More info at wvmakes.com
In addition to his work at the firm, Edward Tucker serves as a volunteer with the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). Ed is in his third year of writing questions for the Architectural Registration Exam (ARE 5.0) and his first year as Coordinator of the Construction and Evaluation Division, one of 6 test divisions that candidates… Read More »»