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ENVIRONMENTAL & EROSION CONTROL
THE ADMIRALTY, DANA POINT, CALIFORNIA
Erosion control for the cliffs overlooking Dana Point Harbor included massive grading of the building sites, retaining walls and internal drainage utilizing simulated sandstone which blended with the indigenous rock.
CITY OF LAGUNA BEACH, CALIFORNIA
An unattractive concrete drop structure for a storm drain, in full view of beach visitors, was attractively camouflaged with simulated conglomerate rock work to aesthetically blend with natural shoreline rocks.
Seaside cliffs were stabilized by rock retaining walls and a stone stairway to the beach hid an internal drainage system.
HUNTINGTON FALLS, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
When the century old waterfall in Golden Gate Park was crumbling, simulated rock work and gabions were used to stabilize it and to renew its function and beauty.
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