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Debris barrier keeps creek wild, beautiful and safe

September 1st, 2012 / By: / Geosynthetics, Projects

A Canadian creek gets geosynthetic reinforced soil walls to prevent large-debris flooding. By Alex Strouth, Mark Pritchard, David Roche and Calvin VanBuskirk Picturesque Fitzsimmons Creek flows through the heart of Whistler, B.C., Canada—about 80 miles north of Vancouver, and it was one of the sites for the 2010 Winter Olympics. Few visitors to Whistler realize […]


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