FROM SMALL TO LARGE, ROBINSON AND OWEN HAS EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE WORKING ON PRIVATE AND PUBLIC SECTOR PROJECTS
GRAND PEAKS AT SISTERS – Sisters, OR – An exclusive pickleball community in beautiful Sisters, Oregon, offering mountain contemporary homes & views of the Cascades right out your door.
Sub-grade prep for streets.
NORTH RIM WATERLINE REPLACEMENT-PHASE – Redmond, OR
City of Redmond awarded the second phase of the waterline replacement project to Robinson and Owen Heavy Construction, January 2016. Two of our crew is installing 8 inch ductile iron water main line.
PRIEST HOLE ROAD RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT
BLM awarded Priest Hole Road Reconstruction Project to Robinson and Owen Heavy Construction Winter 2016. The project involved trucking rock along the beautiful John Day River.
STEARNS DAM REMOVAL
Robinson and Owen is removing the Stearns Dam, on the Crooked River, south of Prineville, OR. This project is in conjunction with the Crooked River Watershed Council and The River Design Group whose goal is to bring back Central Oregon salmon and steelhead. The slow process of removing the dam allowed fish in the river to adjust and volunteers to rescue any fish left stranded. A temporary bridge was constructed and brought on site and 500 cubic yards of concrete were removed. The Bend Bulletin Newspaper featured the project on their front page on October 25, 2013. Click on R&O News to follow link to video by Bend Bulletin.
STEENS LOOP ROAD RETAINING WALL
Robinson and Owen is installing a 250′ long x 10″ high retaining wall on the South side of the Steens Loop Road, Steens Mountain, Harney County. The retaining wall is being installed to increase traffic safety and to prevent erosion.
WHYCHUS CREEK PROJECT
In conjunction with the Upper Deschutes Watershed Council and Henderson Environmental Design-Build Group, Robinson and Owen is working in Whychus Creek in Sisters, OR to remove a dam, bioengineer stream banks with logs and boulders to control stream erosion and host riparian plantings to improve fish habitat.
SISTERS AIRPORT RUNWAY PROJECT
Contract type: Private – April/May 2013
Location: Sisters, OR
Widen, Resurface and add Lighting to Sisters Airport Runway
Contract type: Oregon Department of Transportation – January/February 2013
Location: Bend, Oregon
Relocation of a 30 inch waterline.
MULTORPOR DRIVE PROJECT
Contract type: Clackamas County Development Agency / Fall of 2012
Location: Clackamas County
Local street improvements including underground utilities, storm drains, curbs, and sidewalks with pavers.
Contract type: Local Homeowners Association / Fall 2012
Location: Government Camp, Oregon
BUCK CREEK CULVERT REPLACEMENT
Contract type: Federal / Fall of 2012
Location: Fremont-Winema National Forest
Installation of a 60′ long x 20′ wide bottomless arch plate culvert.
TILLICUM SW WATERLINE
Contract type: Municipal
Location: Bend, OR / Fall of 2012
Robinson and Owen has extensive experience working in the private sector. Small to large projects include foundation push outs, driveway improvements, road construction, septic and water systems, pump stations, land development, subdivision development, and commercial and residential excavation.
WYCHUS CREEK STREAM BANK RESTORATION:
Contract Type: Private; Peter Storton
Location: Sisters, OR
Description of work: This project involved dewatering, tree and log placement, vegetative planting of willows and grass.
Robinson and Owen has been involved in the construction of more than seventy-five subdivision infrastructures in the Central Oregon area.
|Gray Butte Estates
|Sun Ranch Business Park
|Coyote Springs Subdivision
|Phases I, II & III
|Park Place Subdivision
|Commercial Site Prep
|Log Cabin Inn
|20 Cabin Site Prep
|East Empire Business Park
|Five Pine Complex
|Three Sisters Business Park
|Village at Cold Springs
|Phases I & II
|Sisters Athletic Club
|10 Lots/2 acres each
Robinson and Owen has extensive experience bidding and constructing projects for local, state and federal governmental agencies.
SITE PREPARATION FOR PUBLIC BUILDINGS
United States Post Office, Sisters
Oregon State Forestry Building, Sisters
STEENS MOUNTAIN LOOP ROAD RECONSTRUCTION
Contract Type: Federal; Bureau of Land Management
Description of Work: The 52-mile Steens Mountain Loop Road traverses the Steens Mountain Cooperative Management and Protection Area, located in Harney County, approximately 60 miles south of Burns, Oregon near Frenchglen, Oregon.
This area was designated by Congress in 2000 through legislation known as the Steens Act and boasts over 150,000 recreationists annually. Through the Andrews/Steens Resource Management Plan/Record of Decision, 2004, the Steens Mountain Loop Road was identified as an important recreation use road. Annual road maintenance was limited to a single pass grading effort due to insufficient annual maintenance funds. As a result, the road bed had become severely washboarded and had lost its shape and ability to shed water. The running surface was depleted, leaving exposed base rock, creating hazardous driving conditions. Additionally, the road drainage system was substandard creating erosion and sedimentation along much of the alignment.
Robinson and Owen began this project in 2010 and is completing the 52 mile road reconstruction project in the Summer of 2012.
LAKECREEK FISH PASSAGE AND SCREENING PROJECT – CAMP SHERMAN, OREGON
This project is located on private land along the South Fork of Lake Creek within the Metolius Meadows Property Owners Association near Camp Sherman. The project consisted of retrofitting two irrigation diversions on Lake Creek to provide fish screening and improve fish passage. Robinson and Owen on-site work included dewatering the project site, retrofitting two diversions with fish screens, removing two foot high push-up dam, constructing an engineered riffle at old push-up dam site and restoring site with native vegetation. Off site work included mobilizing equipment, transporting dewatering materials, loading and hauling rock cobble through private property while keeping the impact of the construction to a minimum.
WHYCHUS CREEK FISH PASSAGE AND SCREENING PROJECT – SISTERS, OREGON
Project is located on private land upstream of Sisters, Oregon. Robinson and Owen on-site work consisted of dewatering the project by redirecting flow of Whychus Creek away from construction areas and installing two temporary 30-inch culverts to allow truck access to far bank to build 200 foot ramp to improve fish passage over existing concrete structure. The culverts were removed and the stream banks were rehabbed with native vegetation. A rock weir was constructed to direct more flow over new ramp to improve fish passage and an engineered log structure was constructed to prevent further bank erosion.
TIMBER PINE DRIVE STREAM BANK RESTORATION – SISTERS, OREGON
Robinson and Owen performed stream bank restoration work most of which had to be performed within the stream bed. R&O diverted flow from the stream bank to be stabilized to another area within the stream bed so work could be performed. The diversion consisted of a temporary diversion dam which was removed at the end of the project. The dam itself was made of logs, rocks, and plastic sheeting. The stream bank restoration consisted of digging down below the scour depth and placing large anchor boulders on top of large pine trees placed at the toe of the bank. This served as the footing for multiple layers of anchor boulders, pine trees, filled in with river ran gravels and cobbles. Root wads were set deep into the bank with boulders placed on top to anchor them down. Trees were placed in such a manner as to recreate a ‘log jam’ which roughens the stream bank thus slowing the velocity of water passing through. The slowing of water reduces erosion forces and creates habitat for fish. The stream bank was planted with willows and grasses in order to further stabilize the soils.
TUMALO CREEK TREE PLACEMENT – SHEVLIN PARK, BEND, OREGON
Robinson and Owen provided excavator and operator to place 25 trees in Tumalo Creek under the direction from on site Fish and Wildlife project manager.
TROUT CREEK INFILTRATION GALLERY/TROUT CREEK STREAM ENHANCEMENT PHASE 2 – SHANIKO, OREGON
Robinson and Owen equipment operators took direction from on site Jefferson County Soil and Water Conservation District project manager to grade and reshape 1.65 miles of stream channel with over 6,000 cubic yards of excavation. Constructed ten J Hook Vanes with boulders that were mined on-site and transported by off road trucks. Crews also constructed nine infiltration galleries which included rebuilding juniper log structures.
GOPHER FLATS CULVERT REPLACEMENT:
Contract Type: Federal; US Forest Service
Location: Ochoco National Forest, Prineville, OR
Description of Work: Improvements to the stream ecosystem through culvert replacement, reconstruction of the roadbed, and replacement of failing gabion baskets with rip-rap for slope protection.
KRUMBO ROAD REPAIRS: MALHEUR NATIONAL REFUGE; FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION:
Contract Type: Federal; Federal Highway Administration; Western Federal Lands Highway Division
Location: Krumbo Road, Malheur Wildlife Refuge, Oregon
Description of Work: Project included providing a 140H Caterpillar Grader and operator who reconditioned the road to prepare it for the bentonite aggregate stabilization process.
SOUTH ELM STREET ROAD IMPROVEMENTS:
Contract Type: Municipal; City of Sisters, OR
Location: Elm Street, Sisters, OR
Description of Work: Improvements included excavation of existing asphalt and base material to allow for the construction of a new 32’ side Local Collector street with parallel parking, concrete curbing, curb extensions, drainage facilities, interlocking concrete pavers, asphalt overlay, and underground utilities.
SCOTT STREET COMPOUND TRENCHING:
Contract Type: Federal; US Forest Service, Ochoco National Forest, Prineville, OR
Location: 75 SE Scott Street, Bend, OR
Description of work: Included trenching, removal and disposal of existing 2-inch conduit, and installing 1880 lineal feet of 4-inch conduit.
NORTH NEHALEM SUPPLY PIPELINE REPLACEMENT:
Contract Type: State; Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Location: North Nehalem Fish Hatchery, Nehalem, Oregon
Description of work: Project included erosion control, clearing and grubbing, installation of welded HDPE temporary waterline, removal of existing structures and existing pipe, installation of new control vault with valves and flow meters, and installation of 125 lineal feet of 30-inch pipe.
SHEVLIN PARK PLACEMENT OF TREES IN STREAM:
Contract Type: State; Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Location: Shevlin Park, Bend, Oregon
Description of Work: Provided excavator and operator to place 25 trees in Tumalo Creek under the direction from on site project manager.
TROUT CREEK INFILTRATION GALLERY/TROUT CREEK STREAM ENHANCEMENT PHASE 2:
Contract Type: Local Government; Jefferson County, Jefferson County Soil & Water Conservation District
Location: Shaniko, OR. Jefferson County, Jefferson County Soil & Water Conservation District.
Description of Work: Classification: C4. Length of stream channel: 1.65 Miles. Equipment operators took direction from on site project manager to grade and reshape stream channel with over 6,000 CY of excavation. Constructed ten J Hook Vanes with boulders that were mined on-site and transported by off road trucks. Crews also constructed nine infiltration galleries which included rebuilding juniper log structures.
TROUT CREEK POINT OF DIVERSION #5 AND #7:
Contract Type: Private; R2 Ranch
Location: Shaniko, OR, Jefferson County, R2 Ranch.
Description of Work: Classification: C4. Length of stream channel: 0.75 Miles. Grade and reshape stream channel and grade floodplain area with specter laser technology. Mined 9,000 cubic yards of excavation. Built to construction staking and plans. Machine transfer and transplant of native vegetation for stream bank restoration. Installed three infiltration galleries with energy dissipation boulders.
HEADWATERS OF INDIAN FORD CREEK CONCRETE-WEIR AND PHALAROPE LAKE OUTLET STRUCTURE:
Contract Type: Private; Black Butte Ranch Resort
Location: Black Butte Ranch, OR, Deschutes County Black Butte Ranch Resort
Description of Work: Classification: C4. Wetlands project with Black Butte Ranch and W&H Pacific Engineering. Project included adjustable weir with fish passage in the creek for safe fish passage and adjustable weir to control discharge rate from the lake, transplanting vegetation plugs, and retaining walls to protect shoreline erosion.
HOLMAN DIVERSION STRUCTURE:
Contract Type: Private
Location: Lake Creek on the Metolius, Camp Sherman, OR, Deschutes Co.,
Description of Work: Classification: C4. Constructed log fish ladder structures top of waterfall to restore natural habitat for fish. Utilized rock and vegetative plugs. Built to construction staking and plans.