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The original item was published from October 25, 2016 11:15 AM to October 25, 2016 11:17 AM
This week, Summit County’s design-build team of Ecological Resource Consultants/Tezak Heavy Equipment (ERC/Tezak) continues major earthwork operations on the Swan River Restoration Project site. You may have noticed some big changes onsite this week as crews completed work on the new crossing and restored the traffic pattern to Tiger Road. This week, crews will continue decommissioning the detour and finish work on the channel passing under the new Tiger Road crossing. If things go well, the upstream diversion will be removed and the new channel will be carrying water by the end of the week!
Work is scheduled to continue through November 2016, followed by a winter shut-down period, before recommencing in spring 2017. Additional information about Swan River Restoration Project is available at RestoreTheSwanRiver.com as well as on the Open Space and Trails Special Projects web page. If you have additional questions about the restoration project, you can contact Summit County Open Space and Trails Director Brian Lorch, or Open Space and Trails Resource Specialist Jason Lederer, or call 970.668.4060.