Preparation of complete engineering drawings and construction specifications
including detailed design reports.
Design analysis including hydrologic and hydraulic
studies, geomorphology, riparian surveys and biological evaluations.
Preparation of permit documents for Army Corps 404 and
401 of the Clean Water Act or other necessary permits.
enhancement and/or restoration for riparian, aquatic, stability, and water
Delineating wetlands and developing restoration plans.
Streambank protection and stability.
Research into stream morphology and related aquatic, riparian resources.
Assessments of stream stability and productivity
Drainage assessments and designs
Engineering design of water diversions, low water road crossings, and other
transportation infrastructure relating to stream channels.
services for conservation practices such as ponds, pipelines, water control
structures, irrigation systems, waste systems, flood control and erosion
Channel Design has written and been awarded state and federal grants for
numerous projects. Grants ranged from several thousand dollars to $400,000.
Professional Engineering licenses in Alaska, Arizona, California, and Utah.