Fetter’s Run, Lancaster, Ohio
Client: City of Lancaster
Design Engineer: Jobes Henderson & Associates
Completed: 2017

As the Environmental General Contractor, Environmental Remediation Contractor restored Fetter’s Run Park in Lancaster, Ohio. This stream restoration project involved clearing & grubbing land adjacent to the stream. We did Demolition of an existing bike path & pavilion then removal of an existing playground. Excavation of a stream bank to lay back slope to create a floodplain bench for the stream. We then installed in stream structures including, j-hooks, rock weirs & three clusters of eddy rocks. Next, we installed over 4,000 SF of articulating concrete block mat for slope stabilization. The project was finished by installing a new bike path followed by planting various trees & shrubs then seeding & mulching the entire site.


  • Clearing & Grubbing
  • Demolition
  • Debris Removal
  • Excavation
  • Bank stabilization
  • Compaction
  • Riparian corridor plantings
  • Seeding and mulching
  • Sediment control