Churchville Park Stream Restoration
What was the Challenge?
B&L provided final design and construction oversight including establishment of riparian buffers along approximately 1,965 feet of a tributary to Black Creek located in Monroe County’s Churchville Park.
How did Barton & Loguidice provide a solution?
The project included removal of invasive species and establishment of over 1,600 new plantings to improve stormwater quality along this impaired waterway. B&L worked with Waste Management to develop mitigation plans that will satisfy USACOE and NYSDEC requirements.
Why was the project a success?
B&L provided final design and construction oversight of a stream mitigation project including wetland and stormwater permits, erosion and sediment control, and coordinating with county parks.
Project At a Glance
- Construction Services
- Environmental Engineering & Compliance
- Watershed Science & Stormwater Management
- APWA Genesee Valley - 2022 Project of the Year
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