EnvirolokWest recently completed construction on a small 65-foot-long, 10-foot wide, 5-foot high detention pond in Pharr Texas. The pond was built to manage storm water from roofs and parking lots while providing native vegetation to reduce sediment prior to releasing water into the city storm system.
We were certainly pleased to see our project end up on the front page of the Southwestern Texas newspaper, The Monitor on April 22, 2014. Our very own President, Ron McPherson was interviewed for the article. Continue reading
EnvirolokWest recently completed a large project on the shores of Canoe Bay on the Columbia River in Oregon.
The project was complex with issues of contamination, severe erosion and riverbank stabilization. The permitting process involved federal, state and city agencies. Continue reading
EnvirolokWest was recently featured in Land and Water magazine. The article highlights the Sandy River streambank restoration project near Mt. Hood, Oregon.
In January 2011, FEMA issued an ominous warning titled, “Oregon Severe Winter Storm, Flooding, Mudslides, Landslides, and Debris Flows”! In a matter of days, intense rain and snow melt led to extreme flooding causing severe shoreline erosion along the Sandy River, taking out a major section of Lolo Pass Road and damaging over 2 dozen residential homes. Continue reading