Spillway 23. Photo courtesy EID
FLUME 41 was rebuilt by PG&E in 1948. After EID acquired it in 1999 it extend the life of this flume by adding plywood. Photo courtesy EID
FLUME 41 carries a low flow of water after its 65-year-old rotted wooden version was replaced with cast concrete sections and metal catwalk and guard rails this past fall. Photo courtesy of EID
Rock smashes flume. Photo courtesy EID
ON THE UPSTREAM side of Spillway 23 for 250 feet a reinforced concrete retaining wall was built and attached to a new concrete spillway for Flume 41. On top of the retaining wall is an MSE (Mechanically Stabilized Earthen) retaining wall that brings the flume bench up to the proper level. Photo courtesy EID
Photo courtesy EID
CONSTRUCTION CREW members from ProVen Construction spray shotcrete on the side of the rebar added to the old rock wall. Photo courtesy EID
THIS HAND-STACKED rock wall holding up 450 feet of flume 41 was built in 1876. Photos courtesy EID

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