Many irrigation systems in the west are nearing the end of their lifespans, and we are ready to assist with the critical water resource development needed to maintain them. We are here to guide you through these processes if you need help procuring funds, evaluating systems and infrastructure, and navigating the complex world of water rights.
Modernizing Agriculture Infrastructure
Canal to pipe conversion
Irrigation dams and impoundments
Irrigation planning and design
Water loss analysis
Allendale Fish Screen
Morrison-Maierle, in partnership with OneFish Engineering and Quadrant Consulting, designed a vertical flat-plate fish screen that now safely excludes fish from Allendale Canal and returns them to Flint Creek through a bypass return pipe.Learn More
Grant and Funding Assistance
Bridging the gap between you and the agencies with funding requirements can be time-consuming and complex. By asking the right questions, we can help pair your project with the correct funding source—FEMA , state, or federal grants—and will help you navigate the process from start to finish.
We are experienced with various agricultural infrastructures, including pumps, pipes, canals, and system controls. From installing new systems or updating dated systems, to lining ditches, to converting ditches to pipes, we can evaluate your unique situation and develop a cost-effective solution that complies with your system.
As we are continuously being asked to do more with less, clients are embracing remote monitoring to reduce water loss, cut down on in-person operations staff, and improve overall efficiency.
No matter the project, we can help you prioritize the most critical elements of infrastructure rehabilitation or upgrades to help you get the most benefit with your available funds.