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Bundick Lake Model Completed-April 15, 2011
Denmon Engineering, La Tech University, and the
Bayou Dechene Reservoir Commission recently completed a scale, 3D
model of the proposed Bayou Dechene Reservoir. The model will be
displayed in Columbia so residents can visualize the new Lake.
Denmon Engineering is the Engineer for all phases of the Bayou
Dechene Reservoir that is an approximately 950 acres lake and will
create 30 miles of shoreline and produce over 6 million gallons of
water per day. The Lake has completed all permitting and land
acquisition with construction set to commence in 2011.
ConAgra Lamb Weston Delhi Plant Achieves LEED
Platinum Certificaiton-January 25, 2011
ConAgra Lamb Weston’s 150 million dollar Delhi
Plant recently received a LEED Platinum Certification. The plant is
the first large-scale, frozen food processing plant in the world to
do so for its sustainable and green building design and processes.
Denmon Engineering, serving as a sub-consultant to Fisher and Sons,
Inc. completed the engineering for all site engineering, drainage,
retention ponds, and plant utilities.
Denmon Engineering Awarded
2011 Transportation Excellence Award from the LADOTD-January 20,
Denmon Engineering was recently awarded the
Transportation Excellence Award from the LADOTD for the Poverty
Point Reservoir completed in 2010. The Poverty Point Reservoir
includes a 2860 acre reservoir that included a 95’ concrete, tainter
gate spillway and approximately 5 miles of levees and dams, a 250
lot residential development on the Reservoir, 12 cabins, the 18 hole
championship Black Bear Golf Course, a 50 boat marina, water intake
structure, pumping plant and hotel. Water was first impounded in
2002, and the last of the supporting facilities will be completed in
late 2010 or early 2011. Approximate cost of the project is