Located along the Columbia River and confluence with the Entiat River. This project involved the rehabilitation of about 40 acres of waterfront property for the Public Utility District No. 1 of Chelan County.
North Road Bridge and Site Improvement
Replaced 176’ 10’ diameter multi-plate culvert in Chumstick Creek with 32’ W 136’6”L pre-stressed concrete girded bridge, lowered the roadway grade at the BNSF Railroad trestle and constructed a walkway through the trestle. Installed new surfacing, guardrails, traffic barriers and improved drainage. Widened and excavated 16,000 cubic yards of material, drilled and blasted large embedded granite. Infiltration ponds and drywells were constructed and a temporary access road requiring de-watering and re-routing of creek. A new creek bottom was put in place beneath the new bridge and site was restored to its natural state with new landscaping, plantings, trees, etc. All work was in accordance with the WDFW in-water work specifications
Azwell Wells Dam on Columbia River
Project involved complete reconstruction of dam's antiquated fish hatchery. Hurst crews work to install bypass waterlines, demolish old raceways, and install new utilities systems for facilities to be constructed by general contractor Lydig Construction.
WSDOTSR28 East Wenatchee Safety Improvements
WSDOTSR28 East Wenatchee Safety Improvements - 16 days to complete.
Vancouver, WA Fire Stations 1 & 2
Features apparatus bays, storage mezzanines, administrative office spaces and full living quarters including a state of the art kitchen and recreational rooms. Required extensive coordination and planning for site phasing and storage. Now operational the Fire Stations are operating with the added capability of being utilized as an emergency shelter facility in the event of a disaster.
Washington State School for the Blind New Physical Education Center
Demolition of existing physical education center and construction of new 29,100 square foot building. Facility houses a pool, gymnasium, athletic rooms, general administrative space and main lobby areas with LEED Silver certification. The systems were designed and built to reduce the environmental foot print for the building. The pool water help maintain the heating of the building, the electrical system uses computers and programs to reduce the school’s energy use, storm water from the roof and parking lot filters through a bio swale; the largest true bio swale in the State of Washington.