The projects are limited to the installation of a permanent road crossing (C-22) over a Class I watercourse and the use of an existing water drafting site. The construction of Work Point C-22 consists of creating a rocked ford by removing an existing 16-inch concrete culvert and its associated fill in order to lower the road surface. Once the culvert is removed, clean rock (roughly sized 6-inch minus) will be placed as base for road surface. Over the top of that base layer, smaller rock will be placed to create a
driving surface for the crossing, At the downstream side of the crossing, large 18-inch diameter rock will be placed to prevent erosion in the channel. If water is present in the crossing a temporary culvert, minimum 12 inches diameter, will be placed at the low point of the crossing and back filled with clean 6-inch rock to stabilize the culvert. A layer of clean ½-inch minus rock will be placed over the culvert as road running surface. Upon completion of operations, the temporary culvert and rock will be removed.