Chehalis Emergency Bank Stabilization - Aquatic Contracting

Centralia, WA

Contracted by the City of Centralia on an emergency basis, Aquatic Contracting LLC worked to stabilize 200 feet of riverbank using a combination of large wood and rock. During the floods of December 2007, over 11 feet of river bank was lost, exposing two high pressure sewer pipes. Aquatic Contracting carefully placed nearly 2,000 cubic yards of large rock and incorporated a large log jam along the eroded bank. Efforts stabilized the bank and protected the sewer pipe, with the log jam directing river flow away from the bank and increasing fish habitat.

Efforts stabilized the bank and protected the sewer pipe, with the log jam directing river flow away from the bank and increasing fish habitat.

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