PRESSENTIN PARK SIDE CHANNEL RESTORATION AND RECREATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS
Client Name: Skagit County Parks and Recreation
Construction Cost: Est $1.82 Million
This project involved excavation and construction of a new side channel of the Skagit River in the floodplain; clearing and grubbing, construction access, and erosion control; embankment construction and compaction, capping along the terrace slope, coordination with cultural monitoring, log structure installation, wetland reconnection, and seeding; construction of new gravel surface ADA trail; installation of three prefabricated bridges; construction of a new bicycle only campground; construction of a new picnic shelter and concrete pads for a new Day Use area, including earth mounds, asphalt and concrete trail surfaces, a mound slide and rock scramble, a bicycle rack, and concrete pads for future structures. R&E provided construction management and inspection on this project.