Water Resource Projects
We execute water resource projects in the following areas:
- Dam & Reservoir Construction / Modification
- Collection Systems
- Stream Restoration
- Wetland and Habitat Development
- Private Ranch Developments
Incline Lake Dam Demolition
Meridiam Partners was contracted by the USDA Forest Service to remove Incline Lake’s main dam and an auxiliary dam.
City of Greeley Watershed Damage Mitigation
Meridiam Partners was contracted by the City of Greeley’s Water and Sewer Department to mitigate damages to their watershed from the 2020 Cameron Peak Fire.
East Troublesome Fire Debris Boom Installation
In order to protect dam infrastructure from fire debris run-off and accumulation, the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District contracted Meridiam Partners to install underwater debris booms across the inlet structures at two locations in Willow Creek Reservoir and one location in Grand Lake.
City of Loveland – Idylwilde Park Pipe Deconstruction
In the Fall of 2019, Meridiam was contracted to remove and rehabilitate an existing hydroelectric pipeline on U.S.F.S. property through the City of Loveland.
Beaver Creek State Wildlife Area – Diversion Installation
Meridiam Partners constructed a water diversion and headgate structure for the Colorado Department of Parks and Wildlife at the Beaver Creek State Wildlife Area near Penrose, Colorado.
Flooded Wetland Construction
In 2017, Meridiam Partners constructed a flooded wetland habitat for agriculture and waterfowl at the Double K Ranch near Fort Morgan, Colorado.
Engineering And Water Resource Development
In 2018, Meridiam Partners was contracted under a Master Services Agreement to provide water resource engineering and construction on a property near Windsor, Colorado.