Wells Hatchery Modernization

Project Owner: PUD No. 1 of Douglas County

Engineer:  HDR Engineering

At Azwell Wells Dam on Columbia River, project involves complete reconstruction of dam's antiquated fish hatchery. Hurst crews work to install bypass waterlines, demolish old raceways, and install new utilities systems for facilities to be constructed by general Lydig Construction.

Commercial Street - 3rd St. to 8th St. Reconstruction

Project Owner: City of Leavenworth

Engineer:  TD&H Engineering

This includes removal of existing ACP, installation od new curb, gutter, heated sidewalks, ramps, crosswalks; stormwater system, replacement of water mains, new hydrants, pedestrian lighting, streetscapes and widened, paved roadway and new parking at the Waterfront Park access.

Rocky Reach Trail

 
 

Project Owner: Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission

This project is located along the east side of the Columbia River, north of the Odabashian Bridge in Douglas County, Washington.  The project work consists of constructing new shared use paved trail, concrete box culvert and all related appurtenances.  As of May 18, Hurst entered the final stages, involving landscaping and signage, toward completing this last phase of a large trail project, "Complete the Loop," a goal set by the community nearly 20 years ago. 

http://rockyreachtrail.com/constructionplan/phase3.html

Selah Vicinity - Re-Route Highway SR 823

Project Owner: WA State Department of Transportation

Engineers:  WSDOT - South Central Region

Contract provided for the improvement of SR 823and cross streets and the creation of a new arterial road, in the Selah Vicinity of Yakima County. Elements of work included roadway excavation, mass site grading, installation of new domestic water mains and services, sanitary sewer system and services, storm sewer system including hydrodynamic separators, drywells and other structures, new traffic signal systems and revisions for pedestrian safety, new illumination systems, curb, gutter, sidewalk construction, paving with 8,700 ton of HMA, reconstructing one existing roadway’s paving with cement concrete pavement, permanent signing, new roadway markings and landscaping. Project was completed with 30 extra working days remaining.

Frazer Creek Bridges

Consulting Engineer:  Jay Kidder, P.E., Chinook Engineering

Project Owner: Methow Salmon Recovery Foundation

This emergency work involved replacing five culverts with pre-fabricated bridges along Frazer Creek.  Due to the Carlton Complex Fires, the land owners along Frazer Creek experienced unforeseen flooding on their properties adjacent Frazer Creek; some driveways were completely washed out.  The project involved a significant amount of dewatering of the stream, removal of existing culverts, removal and stream channel construction with angular shot, river rock and boulders and construction, placement, of the pre-fabricated bridges.

 
 

Nason Creek - Lower Oxbow Connection

Project Owner: Chelan Co. Natural Resource Dept.

This contract is provided for the improvement of habitat on Nason Creek off of US2 by reconnecting relic Nason Creek channels. The work included excavation and grading for and the installation of a road to allow crew access to the site of construction of two 89-foot long railroad bridges and 24 h pilings.  Three coffer dams (100’, 100’, 90’) were constructed along with structure to provided passage over the dams, installation of in stream structures including placements of woody debris, placement of live stakes, placement of ELJs and grade control ELJs, boulders, boulder weirs and roughened channel, placement of gravel associated with structure placement and salmon and forage fish spawning gravel restoration work. Three large culverts were removed and excavation and construction of a 220-foot long connector channel between the bridges occurred along with the construction of permanent access roads – one at 220-feet long at the upstream end of the project and the other, 1650 feet long at the downstream end of the project followed by restoration of plantings and other natural habitat.  This is the first known project where BNSF has collaborated with the BPA, the provider of funding.

 
 

Entiat Park Revitalization

Commencing in late 2013, in the distance, is a hurst crew and equipment working to install initial erosion control measures to protect the waterways and their species from any runoff and turbidity that may occur due to construction activities that will take place.

Commencing in late 2013, in the distance, is a hurst crew and equipment working to install initial erosion control measures to protect the waterways and their species from any runoff and turbidity that may occur due to construction activities that will take place.

Located along the Columbia River and confluence with the Entiat River, this project involved the rehabilitation of about 40 acres of waterfront property for the Public Utility District No. 1 of Chelan County as a part of complying with its agreement with the Town of Entiat, and the necessity to flood its old townsite, over 50 years ago, for the construction of the Rocky Reach Dam.  The hydroelectric power dam is located several miles south, downstream, on the Columbia River.