DRG completed a three-phase project for Presbyterian Homes that restored 900+ linear feet of shoreline to reduce erosion and promote a healthy, native ecosystem.
DRG converted concrete basins into stormwater ponds with lush native plantings for the Landings at the Glen subdivision in Glencoe, Illinois.
DRG increased the ecological and aesthetic value of several wastewater lift stations along a well-traveled nature trail in the city of Elmhurst, Illinois.
DRG helped the Lake Barrington Shores gated community control invasive vegetation and establish native habitat areas.
Severe erosion of 125 feet of streambank in Bath Township, OH was threatening an adjacent stormwater management basin. DRG used bioengineering methods to stabilize the streambank and provide in-stream habitat while preventing future erosion.
DRG restored a 4,018-foot segment of the Blue Creek Stream in Toledo, OH after an assessment found the area to be eroded, nutrient loaded, and unable to sustain aquatic wildlife.
DRG provided invasive species management and control for the 230-acre Lake Station Mitigation Bank,bringing the area back into compliance with state and federal regulations.