From new dams and flood control projects, to major expansions and repair of existing dams and reservoirs, we’ve earned our stellar reputation in the water resources market. We’re known for meeting or exceeding aggressive schedules, adhering to strict conservation requirements, and overcoming challenging site conditions.

Is your project in a remote location? Does it require the use of cofferdams for underwater work? Our crews are accustomed to challenges like these! We’re equipped to perform excavation, dewatering, grouting, pile driving, pipeline installation, zoned embankments, on-site concrete production, and aggregate processing. We are also experienced in constructing new intake, outlet, pumps, and spillway structures.

San Gabriel Reservoir

Removing sediment from California reservoir for post-fire emergency restoration.

Glen Elder Dam Spillway

Repairing a 644-foot-wide concrete spillway in north-central Kansas.

DMAD Reservoir

Constructed a 294-foot-wide labyrinth weir concrete spillway in Delta, Utah.

Lower Yellowstone Channel

Constructed a fish bypass channel and performed a weir replacement near Glendive, Montana.

Silver Basin Dam and Reservoir

Constructed the first asphalt core dam in the U.S. for an Arizona mining operation.

Lower Yellowstone Diversion

Built a diversion dam and a portion of an intake structure to protect endangered pallid sturgeons.

High Savery Dam

Constructed a new zoned earth-fill dam and primary spillway in southern Wyoming.