Case Studies

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I-76 BRIDGE REPLACEMENTS AND PAVING

Case StudyCDOT Region 3 in conjunction with the City of Brush and Morgan County replaced 11 bridges and conducted full depth paving within the I-76 corridor. The project which was constructed in two phases began in 2013 and ended in 2015. During the month of May 2015, prolonged heavy rainfall coupled with unsuccessful revegetation resulted in widespread erosion. CDOT initially used an organic fertilizer and humates to amend the poor soil conditions and after noting the low success rate, they decided it was time to look at other revegetation approaches. Arnolds Ag along with Triton Environmental worked together with Jennifer Gorek from CDOT to utilize a Biotic Soil Amendment systematic approach to provide quick and sustainable vegetative growth.

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  • Soil Amendments
  • Erosion Control

CRIPPLE CREEK & VICTOR GOLD MINE RE-VEGETATION

Triton Environmental | Crippel Creek Case StudyThe quaint town of Cripple Creek, CO is often a host to thousands of visitors looking to dig a little deeper into the town’s rich history. In addition to the many casino options, picturesque hiking trails and other regional activities, Cripple Creek is best known for its gold mining industry….

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  • Soil Amendments
  • Erosion Control

COAL BASIN

The Coal Basin project area is located in the White River National Forest, northwest of Redstone, Colorado. This regions’ geologic formations that lead to mass wasting coupled with coal mining operations since the 1800’s, has prompted the County of Pitkin to mandate restoration activities on previous surface mined areas. A combination of surface mined areas, haul roads, and refuse piles has augmented sedimentation into the Dutch Creek and eventual receiving watercourses such as Coal Creek and Crystal Creek.

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  • Soil Amendments
  • Erosion Control

WELD COUNTY EMERGENCY FLOOD REPAIR

In September of 2013, 17 counties in Colorado suffered a 500-year catastrophic flood event. Hundreds of bridges and roads were destroyed with damage so extensive that it left several counties deemed major disaster areas. Emergency funding aided in the rebuilding of roadways and bridges while the Governor of Colorado worked to establish a one year reclamation plan.

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  • Soil Amendments
  • Erosion Control

PENNSYLVANIA STATE ROUTE 219

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) constructed a new 10 mile stretch of highway as part of State Route 219. A portion of the construction included the expansion of an existing wetland area. Within the expanded wetland area were cells for planting willows and vegetating the area with a native seed mix.

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  • Soil Amendments
  • Erosion Control

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