Tribal One to enhance National Forest aquatic passage in South Carolina

Tribal One will undertake a critical US Forest Service project aimed at enhancing aquatic organism passage within the Long Cane Ranger District of the Francis Marion & Sumter National Forest in McCormick County, South Carolina.

Valued at $411,764.00, the contract with Tribal One Construction (T1 Construction, LLC) encompasses the installation of two reinforced concrete box culverts, three reinforced concrete pipe relief culverts, and related construction activities. This project, which falls under the Long Cane Wetland Restoration initiative, is pivotal in maintaining and improving the ecosystem of this national forest.

Tribal One has teamed up with Evans Contracting Group for the installation of the culverts, and enlisted S&ME, Inc., as the testing agency. Both companies contribute their expertise to ensure the project’s success.

This contract presents unique challenges due to its location within the national forest. Overcoming the obstacle of restricted access for heavy equipment deployment while minimizing ecological impact remains a key focus.

With a proven track record of excellence, Tribal One stands ready to execute projects of this nature, supported by its dedicated team and trusted partners. This venture reaffirms Tribal One’s commitment to sustainable environmental solutions and its ability to collaborate and execute with excellence.

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