Rosebud Boat Ramp
Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks
The project was to remove and replace existing cement boat ramp and alleviate swells on the side causing erosion of banks on both sides. The banks on both sides were regraded and class 3 riprap was added to prevent further deterioration to the bank.
The use of a 130' Floating Turbidity Curtain was installed to protect the swift-moving Yellowstone River from sediment and debris while construction was underway. Half of the Boat Ramp was built on Steel I-Beams and pushed into position after curing for 28 days. The remainder of the ramp was connected with an expansion joint and poured using Simmons wall forms.
The existing parking lot was also extended. No change orders were issued on the project and work was completed on time with no additional days needed.