Shaping and Restoring Land and Waterways

The land, rivers, and streams in the West tell the stories of our rich past. But all too often, historical events have led to lingering problems that require modern solutions.

Maybe you’re working at a former mine site, trying to prevent contaminants from making their way downstream—or for a watershed district or non-government agency—and focused on physical restoration of natural stream flow and habitat enhancement. Or perhaps you’re facing an upcoming deadline with a remediation issue, and you need help obtaining grant funding and finding a way to fix the problem.

Whatever the challenge at hand, our remediation and restoration engineers understand the issues that affect the greater Rocky Mountains and Northwest. We are ready to help you find practical, individualized, and cost-effective solutions for every situation.

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Grant Funding

There are many ways to secure funding for your next remediation and restoration project with grants. Contact us to learn more.

Morrison-Maierle can assist with funding your project with grants.

Habitat Enhancement

Stream, waterway, and habitat restoration helps ensure a thriving ecosystem.

French Creek underwent stream restoration to introduce meaders and enhance habitat.

Mine Site Rehabilitation

Cleaning up during and after mining operations is key to remediating past activity.

The Parrot Mine undergoing remediation work.

Stream Flow Restoration

Adequate stream flows help build habitats that support aquatic organisms.

Mill creek flowing from an outflow culvert into newly restored stream banks.

Related Projects

Allendale Canal and Fish Screen

Phillipsburg, Montana

Allendale Canal and Fish Screen is part of the Flint Creek Water Project, owned by the Montana Department of Resources and Conservation (DNRC) and operated by the Flint Creek Water Users Association.

Deep Creek Canyon Bridges

Deep Creek Canyon, Montana

Morrison-Maierle designed a modular, pre-cast bridge system that replaced three structures in a narrow Montana canyon in less than 60 hours.

French Gulch and Moose Creek Restoration

Mount Haggin, Montana

The French Gulch and Moose Creek Restoration Project restored over four miles of stream and floodplain on public land that had been extensively mined in the 1800s.

Oregon Creek Stream Restoration

Mount Haggin, Montana

Morrison-Maierle’s Oregon Creek Stream restoration project designed and used an advanced monitoring technique to create 1,400 lineal feet of new stream channel and four acres of new floodplain.

Round Mountain Mine Phase W

Round Mountain, Nevada

Kinross selected Morrison-Maierle to perform detailed engineering for various infrastructure and processing needs for their significant mine pit relocation and expansion.

South Ponds Remediation

Columbia Falls, Montana

The South Ponds Remediation project returned the site to its natural condition and reduced the need for future operation and maintenance tasks in the Flathead River floodplain.

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