The Alger Ravine Project involved the stabilization of a stream where it became incised and was experiencing high stormwater flows. The stream was compromising neighboring structures and a long-term solution to reduce velocity and storm flows was necessary.
Holland Engineering, Inc. (HEI) provided engineering and environmental services for the Project. The Project included natural and structure streambank stabilization measures, including a drop manhole structure, rip rap, cross-vanes, and J-hooks. The stream was redesigned and reshaped to stabilize the channel and reconnect the floodplain
HEI’s services included stream design, stakeholder management, on-site environmental inspection, and environmental permitting and compliance.
Kent County, Michigan
Project Safety Score
Total hours worked: 137 Hours
Total miles driven: 267 Miles
26 Awards Given for On the Spot Safety
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