OGDEN CANYON SIPHON REPLACEMENT PROJECT
$5.9 Million- Completed 2016
This project entailed the replacement of the existing siphon and associated bridge structure suspended above Ogden Canyon. The work required difficult to access, steep hillside construction, removal, and replacement of the existing cable suspension bridge and installation of approximately 1,100 feet of 32" waterline.
CACHE WATER RESTORATION PROJECT
$18.9 Million- Completed in 2013
8,000 feet of new box culvert was installed on a very narrow shelf on the Logan canyon hillside, 5,800 feet of 66" RCP in a narrow canal easement, 5,100 feet of 42" PVC pressure pipeline, and approximately 14,000 feet of 6" to 20" HDPE pressure piping through Logan City. Significant rock excavation, cast-in-place concrete, rock fall protection, directional drilling, river bypass and dewatering work are also key components on this project.
LITTLE WEBER CUT-OFF PROJECT
$8.5 Million- Completed in 2016
The project included a new concrete regulating structure on the Weber River and construction of 5,500 linear feet of a 30-ft wide reinforced concrete rectangular flood channel. The project included new access roads, a sheet pile cut-off wall, earthen dikes, approximately 85,000 cy of excavation, and over 12,000 cy of structural concrete, extensive dewatering and river cofferdam construction.