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Fisk Scour Repair Project is Ready-to-Advertise

Memphis District
Published May 22, 2020
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The project, formally named “Fisk Scour Repair South of Railroad Bridge,” located in Fisk, Missouri, repairs a scour site downstream of State Highway 51 Bridge. Unaddressed, the scour will continue eroding the river’s banks and threaten adjacent land, and a railroad and highway bridge serving Stoddard and Butler Counties.

Reaching a project milestone is the result of successive interim achievements along the way. Successive interim achievements have propelled the Fisk Scour Repair Project Delivery Team (PDT) to successfully reach its important Ready-to-Advertise milestone on May 15.

The project, formally named “Fisk Scour Repair South of Railroad Bridge,” located in Fisk, Missouri, repairs a scour site downstream of State Highway 51 Bridge. Unaddressed, the scour will continue eroding the St. Francis River’s banks and threaten adjacent land, and a railroad and highway bridge serving Stoddard and Butler Counties.

The PDT members advancing this critical project are Vickie L. Watson (project manager), Joshua McLarty (technical lead/hydraulics), Cody Isbell (geotechnical), Jeff Glass (civil design), Kevin Piggott (environmental), Kevin Keller (cost engineering), Conrad Stacks (storm water), Bobby Porter and Hugh Coleman (real estate), Damon McDermott (regulatory), David Slocum (legal), and Steven Austin and Kimberly Danielray (contracting).

Our much appreciated local partner on this project is the Inter-River Drainage District.