SITE MANAGERS for ProVen Management are, left to right, Project Manager Rick Rice and Superintendent Tony Barajas. Democrat photo by Michael Raffety
EID WATER/HYDRO ENGINEERING Manager Cindy Megerdigian watches the work on Flume 52A. Democrat photo by Michael Raffety
BRYON ISEGER, an Engineering Technician with Carlton Engineering, checks out the rebar and rock anchors. Photo courtesy EID
CARPENTER FOREMAN Tom Dobbs taps a 2-by-4 into place to help brace the concrete form that will be part of the spillway for Flume 41. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum
EID CONSTRUCTION crew member Trevor Busch saws a flume walkway rail segment for the new section of Flume 52A. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum
JOURNEYMAN CARPENTER Tom Dobbs Jr. works on the inside of the forms that will become the base for the emergency spillway on Flume 41. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum
ALAN CARLTON surveys the canal route. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum
WORKERS with ProVen Management construct a retaining wall form upstream of the spillway concrete forms. This will become the base of a mechanical stabilized wall that will later stack on top of it with caged rocks, geotechnical fiber and engineered packed earth.