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Our stream bank stabilization clients range from municipalities to State transportation departments. This type of work is typically interrelated to a broader project scope encompassing bridge, box culvert or roadway embankment construction.  Typical stabilization components include:

  • Bank armoring – Rip Rap, Gabion, and Boulder revetment structures.
  • Concrete channel liners.
  • Mechanically Stabilized Earth (MSE) structures.
  • Rock/Earth Anchor Structures.
  • Natural elements and vegetation to enhance riparian zones.

Channel stability may often require a Geomorphic Assessment to determine best permanent or temporary construction practices to mitigate scour and sediment deposition, while preserving adequate flow characteristics.  We are experienced with these practices, which often require planning, design, and evaluation for approval and permitting by appropriate regulatory agencies prior to construction.