Materials are seen here that will be used by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers when constructing a 4,300-foot temporary levee on the Boise River. It will be put in between the Boise River and the gravel pit to form a flood barrier. The levee will be made of HESCO bastions that are 4 feet tall, made of heavy-duty wire caging and filled with sand.
Materials are seen here that will be used by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers when constructing a 4,300-foot temporary levee on the Boise River. It will be put in between the Boise River and the gravel pit to form a flood barrier. The levee will be made of HESCO bastions that are 4 feet tall, made of heavy-duty wire caging and filled with sand. Provided by Ada County
Materials are seen here that will be used by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers when constructing a 4,300-foot temporary levee on the Boise River. It will be put in between the Boise River and the gravel pit to form a flood barrier. The levee will be made of HESCO bastions that are 4 feet tall, made of heavy-duty wire caging and filled with sand. Provided by Ada County

Temporary levee construction on Eagle Island to begin Saturday

April 07, 2017 08:30 PM

UPDATED April 07, 2017 08:32 PM

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