A CMAR project for Incline Village General Improvement District (IVGID) to rehabilitate or replace sections of an existing 72-inch culvert that carries Incline Creek through Diamond Peak Ski Resort. Q&D proposed a bursting/slip-lining method for the 400-lineal-foot portion of the culvert that was 30 feet deep below the existing parking lot and within 20 feet of the lodge.
The remaining 1,400 lineal feet of the culvert was replaced conventionally with open cut methods. Bypassing of Incline Creek, which flows into Lake Tahoe, was required to allow the culvert replacement take place. Work progressed smoothly on the project allowing IVGID add scope and utilize contingency funds to address other needs near the project.
Incline Village, NV