Featured Projects

Klamath Irrigation District

C-Flume Replacement
Adkins was the engineer for the C-Flume Replacement project, which included the demolition of approximately 4,400 linear feet of a crumbling above-grade concrete irrigation flume, and the design of a new buried and elevated pipe with associated irrigation system improvements. Read More

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City of Central Point

East Pine Streetscape Project
The City of Central Point selected Adkins as the lead design firm to complete the East Pine Street Streetscape Project, which included two signalized intersections, an enhanced pedestrian activated RRFB crossing, and ADA compliant sidewalk ramps, and over 6 downtown blocks of new sidewalk. Read More

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City of Tulelake, CA

Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements
the City of Tulelake hired Adkins to complete design and perform construction administration services for their 2016 Wastewater Treatment Plant upgrades. The project included modifications to the existing sewage lagoons and sand filter as well as construction of two new 20-acre ponds for effluent storage and reuse. Read More

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South Suburban Sanitary District

Lagoon Sludge Sonar Topographic Survey
South Suburban Sanitary District (SSSD) hired Adkins to survey all SSSD lagoon sludge with a single beam sonar using an autonomous GPS guided boat provided by Adkins.   

                                                  

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Brooks Livestock Bly, OR

South Fork Fish Screen
Adkins was hired by Brooks Livestock to engineer and oversee construction of a fish screen to help reduce fish mortality caused by entrapment within the Brooks Livestock ditch. The fish screen consisted of an inlet, a screen, an outlet and a fish return pipe that empties into a plunge pool.

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Brooks Livestock Bly, OR

South Fork Roughened Channel
Brooks Livestock hired Adkins to design and engineer a roughened channel that is an artificial channel constructed out of rocks and sediment to simulate a streambed to enhance aquatic habitat and fish passage.
This roughened channel is designed to meet fish passage criteria for existing fish which include redband trout, and Klamath largescale suckers.

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