- Stream Diversion for Concrete Check Dam
Medford, OR (2002)
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A concrete check dam was constructed midstream to force water into an
existing intake structure. The water flow had to be diverted before the
concrete could be poured. In the past, a check dam was constructed by
machinery out of gravel, but this is no longer environmentally acceptable.
To ensure that a good seal is achieved, all large rocks must be
removed from the path of the AquaDam®. In this case, the rocks were
placed in such a way that they helped support the AquaDam® once it
A view of the intake structure.
A view from the intake structure, looking upstream at the AquaDam®.
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