SPOTLIGHT ON: Agua Chinon Creek, California


28-gabion drop structures are used to remediate a concrete channel, provide adequate flood and erosion control, and build a sustainable environment Daylighting is the term used by environmental engineers to describe the process of removing obstructions to creeks and streams. Many times, as development occurs, these bodies of water are covered by impervious materials to create way for… Read more »

SPOTLIGHT ON: Oroville Dam Rockfall Protection, California


One of the most important infrastructure projects in the United States needs critical rockfall protection before construction can safely continue The Oroville Dam is the tallest dam in the U.S. Located in Northern California along the Feather River in Butte County, it has been at the center of the United States’ heated debate over the… Read more »