Four M Contracting, Inc.

We endeavor to provide superior, high quality service deploying the highest quality construction while maintaining safety, staying within budget, and remaining sensitive to your environment.

Yuba Goldfields, TRLIA

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This project was commissioned by TRLIA (Three Rivers Levee Improvement Authority).  The job consisted of hauling and placing 250,000 cubic yards of material over an area of 2.1 miles. This is for a 100 year flood protection in the Yuba Gold Fields.  Project started in December 2015 completed by February 2016.

Oak Valley Mitigation Project

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This was a mitigation project creating a new stream channel with two step pools, upland areas, a vegetative cut off wall and willow baffles; including transplanting over 22,000 willow pole cuttings.

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Grasslands Mitigation Bank

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This project was completed by hauling and placing over 250,000 cubic yards to creating seasonal wetlands and upland habitat. We built a 1 mile long re-circulation ditch and installed over 23 structures with associated rip rap. We also hauled and placed ¾ AB and seeded the site as well.  Both the Colusa and Grassland projects were mitigation projects for the Giant Gardner Snake.

Colusa Basin

Colusa Basin

FMC moved 100,000 cubic yards to create wetland and upland areas at Colusa Basin. We also installed 7 water control structures and several water conveyance channels.

Flood safety project in south Sacramento proceeds

Sacramento BEE article:

PUBLISHED WEDNESDAY, OCT. 05, 2011

Flood safety project in south Sacramento proceeds

http://www.sacbee.com/2011/10/05/v-print/3960629/flood-safety-project-in-south.html

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A long-delayed flood-safety project in south Sacramento is set to resume next year with the award of a new construction contract.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awarded the $5.9 million project Sept. 27 to Four M Contracting Inc. of Winters. It involves building a 10-foot-tall flood wall, about 3,000 feet long, along a section of Morrison Creek.

The South Sacramento Streams Group project has been stalled for nearly three years while the Corps negotiated a host of easement and access issues in the densely populated area.

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Flood barriers going up in south Sacramento

Sacramento BEE article:

PUBLISHED SATURDAY, JUN. 23, 2012

Flood barriers going up in south Sacramento

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Homeowners in south Sacramento are celebrating the revival of construction on a long-awaited flood-control project, hoping it will lift a costly insurance requirement.

On Thursday, a project was approved to boost flood protection along 1.6 miles of Unionhouse Creek. Construction began in May on another project: a floodwall along part of Morrison Creek.

Both are near the intersection of Franklin and Cosumnes River boulevards.

"So far, it's going great," said Barbara Falcon, a resident of the Deerfield-Mesa Grande neighborhood next to the floodwall construction. "We all hear it every day, but we're all happy with hearing it. It's getting done right now, and that's a glorious thing in this economy."

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