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Canyon Lake Dam Reconstruction
The dam is located in historic Canyon Lake Park, which is crisscrossed with trout ponds, canals, pedestrian bridges, and landscaped greenways. Formliners and stain were used to construct the spillway walls to mimic the old stone and brickwork seen throughout the park.
Damming the Invasive Carp Migration
Coon Rapids Dam has become Minnesota’s primary defense against the upstream migration of Invasive Carp, which threaten Minnesota’s $2.6 billion recreational fishing and boating industry.
Fort Des Moines Park Poised to Become Premier Urban Fishery
Harnessing Waverly’s Waters
For over 150 years, the Waverly Dam has been integral to the city. The energy captured by the dam powered the sawmill used to build the city. Its circa 1908 hydroelectric plant continues to generate $100,000 of revenue for the city each year. Over the years, the river led to industrial and residential development on the adjacent floodplain.
Site of Former Casino Perfect for Schwiebert Riverfront Park
Schwiebert Riverfront Park provides a family friendly venue for concerts, a day in the park, or a gathering spot for just about any outdoor activity. A unique design provides the City of Rock Island ‘invisible’ flood protection from the Mighty Mississippi River.
Dam Reconstruction Adds Aesthetic Value, Flood Protection for Minnesota Town
Stanley Consultants prepared design for the New London Dam Reconstruction project in New London, Minnesota which provided flood protection along with aesthetic appeal.
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.
Modern Woodmen Park Flood Protection
The removable floodwall protects the baseball stadium from flooding and keeps ball in play.