Due to the population growth, large tourist industry, and ongoing environmental concerns, the City of Truckee required a major $53 million upgrade to their existing wastewater treatment plant. This project included excavation of 75,000 CY for multiple structures in a tight existing plant, excavation of over 45,000 CY for more than four miles of pipelines…

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The North Park Square Development project involved a transformation of a contaminated city block into an eco-urban park in the heart of the Pear District. The interior of the park follows the transition of rainwater from lawn and tree areas through a natural cleansing bio-tope to a pond approximately six feet below street level. In…

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This $11.5 MM facility was a fast track project with the majority of the structural work taking place during the winter months in Klamath Falls, Oregon. Work included the design and construction of a cofferdam that isolated the work area from Klamath Lake, design and construction of temporary dewatering system connected to permanent power with…

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Installation of a new 15 MG reservoir and pump station adjacent to the existing filtration plant which was completed without interruption to the City of Eugene’s only drinking water supply. A large portion of the success of this project can be credited to the extensive coordination efforts between SCG and EWEB plant operations during major…

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The Willamette River Water Treatment Plant consisted of an overall $43 million project that was constructed by a team that included Montgomery Watson HARZA, the Design Engineer and overall Prime Contractor, with Slayden Construction as the General Contractor for the water treatment plant construction, access roadways, and bridges. The project was fast-tracked, using an overall…

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This complex civil project included revitalization of the existing park and abandoned lot between Montgomery Circle and the Marquam Bridge. The work included the excavation and reconstruction of 900 feet of river bank, 50,000 sf of architectural concrete paving, concrete overlooks, and concrete architectural walls and ramps for new access to the Newport Bay Restaurant…

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This shoreline improvement and flood restoration project for Portland Development Commission included environmentally sensitive construction along the Willamette River. This project was a proposal based/GMP construction project, including 20,000 tons of rip rap in- and above-water bank restoration, 54,000 square feet of concrete sidewalk, concrete overlooks, site utilities and landscaping. Slayden performed constructability review and…

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