CJW’s experience with earthwork and environmental restoration is vast. CJW has performed landscaping and erosion control; ecosystem restoration; dam and reservoir sediment removals and sub-drain extensions; landfills and environmental remediation; channel and creek improvements; environmental restoration and flood control for channel basins; as well as wetlands maintenance and restoration, irrigation, and habitat restoration.
These projects often require intense coordination with various environmental and specialty agencies, in conjunction with partnering with the Owner.
On several projects CJW has provided an extensive amount of cultural and natural resource monitoring to protect the desert tortoise wildlife, least terns, Joshua trees, and other natural and endangered vegetation and wildlife within the site. CJW has worked hand-in-hand with the biologist to take all precautions necessary to protect these indigenous species.
CJW has also been required to coordinate with various persons in order to maintain and provide for archeological areas. As part of this coordination, construction was stopped for the findings of any archeological discoveries. Whenever possible, CJW reduces our construction footprint by utilizing the alignments of existing roadways as well as other areas which would allow us to mitigate any disturbance to the native vegetation.
CJW has aligned our vision with those of the military construction arena, committed to providing the most energy efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly construction elements to each project we are awarded. Whenever possible, CJW recycles sand material by screening and re-using a cut volume from separate projects. Our recycling operation eliminates the need to mine virgin aggregate and saved an enormous amount of on-off site trucking and the associated diesel consumption. We pride ourselves in successfully completing environmentally friendly projects, which not only protect, but also prevent areas from environmental and climate-induced dangers.