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Construction Management

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RDG offers its clients design-build services to simplify project logistics and improve communication between designers and contractors. We understand how to prepare a construction-ready design and transfer the design from paper to the ground. Our knowledge of the target stream, flood hydraulics, fish habitat requirements, vegetation conditions, and construction techniques allows us to prepare practical designs, develop efficient implementation strategies, and make informed decisions during construction.

Included Services

 

  • Construction plan set development
  • Cost estimating and bid documents
  • Equipment and materials specifications
  • Grading plans
  • Erosion control and work area isolation plans
  • Fish salvage
  • Construction staking
  • Construction oversight
  • Project administration

 

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Use of GPS-equipped machinery to grade a point bar per the design digital terrain model A restored meander of the Clark Fork River at bankfull discharge (3,200 cfs) Construction equipment worked behind temporary cofferdams to minimize construction-related water quality impacts The dam was removed using hydraulic picks and standard excavators
Use of GPS-equipped machinery to grade a point bar per the design digital terrain model
Use of GPS-equipped machinery to grade a point bar per the design digital terrain model.
A restored meander of the Clark Fork River at bankfull discharge (3,200 cfs)
Construction of an engineered large wood structure on the Clark Fork River.
Fish salvage in and around the Gold Ray Dam was critical component to the success of the project. This picture shows our crew making sure all fish have been salvaged during the dam removal process.
Seneca Muhlfeld confirms channel design dimensions and gives her smile of approval following a swim in the newly restored Therriault Creek near Eureka, Montana.
Ty Smith, Owner-Operator of TNT Excavating, Inc. (TNT) initiates channel construction on O'Dell Creek near Ennis, Montana. With newly acquired on-board GPS technology, TNT is able to implement RDG's grading plans with a high degree of accuracy.
After a long day in the field, RDG staff commonly chose to camp on-site at project locations such as this site near the Madison River. Not bad!
Sean Welch, P.E. and senior hydraulic engineer with RDG inspects a constructed glide-riffle transition on the Salmon River near Welches, Oregon following construction in 2010.
Construction equipment worked behind temporary cofferdams to minimize construction-related water quality impacts
Construction equipment worked behind temporary cofferdams to minimize construction-related water quality impacts.
The dam was removed using hydraulic picks and standard excavators
The dam was removed using hydraulic picks and standard excavators. Broken concrete was loaded to dump trucks and hauled for disposal.