Stormwater System Repair

Sediment removal is complete. The site has been surveyed. Now, we discovered that the infiltration trench never installed. And, the pond was graded to the wrong elevation. We are bringing in new fill and using a laser to correctly grade the #pond. We have added additional #BMPs to ensure we do not have any #sediment release and our #turbidity is within compliance. Once the engineers have come up with an approved revision to the trench and low flow orifice, we will be on our way to completing this project. Stormwater systems are at the core of what we do here at DGC. Reach out to us with any questions or concerns you might have with your #stormwater #systems

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removing debris from concrete flume

Sediment removal from concrete flumes

We removed approximately 5 tons of sediment from two concrete flumes and disposed of the material at an off-site location. Once the stormwater structures were cleared, we placed bed sod on all the impacted areas.

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When stormwater structures become impacted they stop functioning which leads to flooding even with modest amounts of rain. Contact Us for a Free Stormwater Evaluation today!

Tree removal after hurricane in Florida

Post Hurricane Tree Removal and Fence Repair

Fallen tree removal due to high winds from hurricane Irma. This powerful storm caused widespread amounts of damage throughout our service area (Southeast United States) Here we see approximately 500ft of fence line was compromised by a fully mature tree which was uprooted by the hurricane winds. Pictured, is our Kubota loading the stump and tree debris into the dumpster box which was sent to a composting facility. Months later, we are still helping our clients clean up after this storm.

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