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Stormwater Projects

City of Grand Rapids | Ah-Nab-Awen Park

Fishbeck provided full design services to the City for improvements to Ah-Nab-Awen Park.
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MDOT | Trout Creek Dam Removal

Fishbeck, in collaboration with MDOT, developed a stream mitigation plan that included a new channel to breach the earthen portion of the dam and use natural channel design techniques. Tree revetments, riffle pool complexes, rock vanes, and root wads were constructed to maintain the channel’s lateral and vertical stability, provide in-stream habitat, and allow passage of native fish communities.
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WMU | Sangren Hall

Western Michigan University’s new Sangren Hall building and site project replaced the original 1964 building and adjacent campus parking areas.
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Endicott POA | Dam Improvements

The Endicott Lake Dam was originally constructed in 1913 to expand the area of a mill pond impounded in the 1860’s.
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Frederik Meijer Gardens

The West Michigan Horticultural Society began planning for this facility with the intent of providing the West Michigan area with a multi-use horticultural center.
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Clemens Food Group | Pork Processing Facility

Clemens Food Group selected the City of Coldwater, Michigan, as the location for their new 578,000-sf pork processing facility. Now operational, the facility is expected to process at least 10,000 hogs per shift, all of which will be sourced through several regional family farms.
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Oakland County WRC | Caddell Drain Rehabilitation Project

Fishbeck was retained by the Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner to employ nontraditional streambank protection measures to create a stable and natural looking channel that would significantly reduce
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WMU | Western Heights Residence Halls Sitework

WMU constructed new residence halls for the first time since the 1960s. This effort included demolishing two existing residence halls and redeveloping the site with two state-of-the-art residence halls and open space areas to meet the current needs of the University.
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