Lakewood Country Club Streambank Restoration

Four! From playability to aesthetics, waterways play a key role in golf courses all around the world. Colorado’s Lakewood Gulch at the Lakewood Country Club is no exception.  While many of the gulch’s banks are primarily naturalized, this particular section along the 7th tee was reinforced with a timber retaining wall. As the existing timber retaining wall began to decay, the bank and waterway were in jeopardy. There was a need to stabilize the soil along the bank and prevent the erosive forces from the creek below. Ron McPherson of Envirolok West worked with our in-house engineering consultant to deliver a solution that would maintain the desired slope, while still allowing space for a new cart path. To ensure a successful outcome, Naranjo Civil Constructors was selected for the streambank repair and improvements.  In addition to being well versed with Envirolok, Naranjo has been a leader and expert in stream restoration and construction projects for over 30 years.

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Envirolok Lead: Envirolok West

Contractor: Naranjo Civil Constructors

Engineer: Robert Race, P.E. Envirolok Consulting Engineer

 

 

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