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Snake River Stream Restoration Project

The project consisted of the stabilization of the Snake River channel through building a rock grade control structure.

The control structure was made up of eight thousand tons of screened riprap which was trucked in and placed in an excavated channel seven hundred feet long. Careful synchronization with the Army Corps and DEQ were required because of the sensitivity of the location along the Snake River at Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

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  • Prime Contractor: DLM Contracting, Inc.
  • Year: 2004
Army Corps of Engineers
201 N. 3rd Ave.
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Jonathan Harrell
Tel: 509-527-7072
  • Contract Estimate: $834,800.00
  • Final Contract Billed: $580,000.00
$255,000 Under Budget