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Much of our work is conducted in and on the water. Projects are always located in highly sensitive locations that require intense attention to our planning and logistics as we carry out work that ultimately sends more water to hydro plants or cleaner water for consumers and the environment. We have worked from barges and within long-term cofferdams worthy of awards. We have worked with divers and remotely operated submarines. We help owners be successful in working with federal, state and local regulators when it comes to maintaining water quality throughout our construction projects. See what we’re capable of.

Blue Lake Expansion Project (Marine/In-Water)

The entire Blue Lake Expansion Project focuses on water, saving it up in a rainy climate and ultimately using it to create electricity for the island community.

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Round Butte Dam Selective Water Withdrawal (Marine/In-Water)

Continued efficient power generation and improved fish biology had to come together for PGE and the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation (joint owners) to receive FERC relicensing.

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Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Redevelopment (Marine/In-Water)

The Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Operations are a prized facility within the PSE system, situated on a pristine river above and below Snoqualmie Falls.

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San Vicente Foundation Preparatory Work

To double the holding capacity of the San Vicente Dam by adding height, the San Diego County Water Authority launched a multi-phase project, beginning with its Foundation Preparatory Work Project.

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Lake Mead Intake No. 1 Modifications

This high-profile project had the potential to directly affect the drinking water supply for Las Vegas, yet was successfully completed on time with no claims or disputes.

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Lake Mead Intake No. 2 Connection and Modifications (Marine/In-Water)

Increased demand for water, coupled with a prolonged drought, has caused water levels at Lake Mead to drop significantly in recent years.

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Bozeman, MT

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