Commitment to Workforce Development

At Huntington Steel, we believe in the power of investing in our workforce. Recently, we were featured in a case study by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), highlighting our initiatives and efforts in workforce development.


Our Approach to Workforce Development

Huntington Steel & Supply Co. faced the challenge of increasing local exposure to the community’s workforce. Greg McLin, Operations Manager, led efforts to partner with Marshall Advanced Manufacturing Center, a local Career and Technical Education (CTE) program. This partnership included providing lunches and discussing career opportunities with students, which eventually led to an internship program. This initiative has significantly contributed to filling open roles and fostering community connections, including second-chance hiring through partnerships like Coalfield Development.

For more details, you can read the full case study on the AISC website.


Read the Full Case Study Here


Why Workforce Development Matters

At Huntington Steel, we understand that our success is built on the skills and dedication of our people. By investing in workforce development, we are not only enhancing our capabilities but also contributing to the growth and sustainability of the steel industry as a whole.


Get Involved with Huntington Steel

If you’re interested in learning more about us or want to explore potential collaborations, please reach out to us:

Phone: (304) 522-8218

Visit Our Website:

Address: 100 3rd Avenue, Huntington, WV 25701