Water Crossings for Creeks, Streams, Canals, Ditches, Saturated Ground or other Obstacles

Midwest Access Solutions to simplifying site access oftentimes mean crossing water, saturated ground or swampy areas in a environmentally friendly, safe and non-disruptive manner so that heavy equipment and worksite traffic can keep your project on schedule.

Water Crossing - Canal

Canal - Water Crossing Site Access by Midwest Access Solutions

Canal Water Crossing - Worksite Access Roads by Midwest Access Solutions

Canal Water Crossing - Temporary Site Access by Midwest Access Solutions

Matting is used to bridge a creek for power company access. Matting provided a solid, temporary structure for equipment to cross the creek with minimal environmental impact - I&M CANAL, Lockport, IL.


Water Crossing - Creek

Creek - Water Crossing Site Access by Midwest Access Solutions

Creek Water Crossing - Worksite Access Roads by Midwest Access Solutions

Creek Water Crossing - Temporary Site Access by Midwest Access Solutions

To access a utility and line, Midwest Access Solutions had to bridge a creek without disrupting the waterway or interfering with natural water runoff. The matting was installed to provide a solid, temporary structure for power company equipment and vehicles to cross the creek. Most importantly, the bridging did not disturb the waterway and kept the natural storm water runoff system intact - COMED, Park Forest, IL.