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Celery Fields – Then for Farming – Now for Recreation Flood protection, wetland restoration, and recreation were important aspects of this $7.2 million project. Stanley Consultants provided construction engineering and inspection services for this impressive project. Learn More
Several Aspects of Mississippi River NESP Project Stanley Consultants provided engineering services and project management for several phases of the Mississippi River Navigation Ecosystem Sustainability Program. Learn More
Restoring an Ecosystem Serving the USACE – St. Louis District, Stanley Consultants provided engineering design services for the environmental enhancement features of Calhoun Point which included creation of aquatic, wetland, and upland habitat for fish, waterfowl, reptiles, and fur-bearing species. Learn More
Fox Island Habitat Restoration and Enhancement Project Improves Riparian Habitat Preliminary design of wildlife habitat enhancements at the FWS Fox Island Division of the Great River National Wildlife Refuge was performed for the Rock Island District Corps of Engineers, with local sponsorship from the USFWS. Learn More
Multi-Contract Environmental Restoration of the Kissimmee River Basin Stanley Consultants provided the spillway designs for this river basin restoration. Learn More
Feasibility Study of Reelfoot Lake Improved Wildlife Habitat A feasibility study examined the potential benefits and costs of various features designed to restore and protect the environment (both terrestrial and aquatic) in the Reelfoot Lake area. Learn More

Facility Improvements for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services

Stanley Consultants provided planning, design, drafting, and construction management for construction, maintenance, and rehabilitation of several Fish and Wildlife Services facilities.

The facilities are located at national wildlife refuges, national fish hatcheries, research laboratories, and other field stations in the states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Iowa, and Missouri.

These facilities will consist of roads, parking lots, trails, small vehicular and pedestrian bridges, dams, dikes, canals, pumps and water control structures, water supply systems, raceways and holding ponds, boat landings, fences, gates, recreation and visitor facilities, and wildlife habitat.  Facilities also include maintenance buildings for light vehicles and equipment, vehicle storage buildings, bunk houses, hazardous material storage, comfort stations, and the utilities associated with these structures.

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