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FGI Publishes Article on Morro Reservoir Rehabilitation Project in Land and Water Magazine

The Fabricated Geomembrane Institute (FGI) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, presented its inaugural Fabricated Geomembrane Engineering Innovation Award to the Hilts Consulting Group of Yorba Linda, California at its annual membership meeting in Miami Beach, Florida during Geo-Americas 2016. This award provides recognition for engineers who have creatively used fabricated geomembranes to successfully fulfill a client’s needs including technical requirements, scheduling and budget. Hilts Consulting Group was selected as the recipient for the Fabricated Geomembrane Engineering Innovation Award based on their Morro Reservoir Rehabilitation Project in Fallbrook, California.

To view the complete article, visit Land and Water Magazine

Morro Reservoir drained immediately prior to starting construction.

Geomembrane liner and inlet pipe extension during construction.

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