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We are all done with our project at Rocky Mountain National Park.  It was a large success for our company and wanted to thank you for your diligence and timeliness of materials.  It definitely made a difference.  I will use you again as soon as I have a job that needs your services.
Thanks again

Walt - just a short note to say that the Gabion's we purchased worked like a charm...In a weekend, we placed and filled the Gabions to make a Headwall for a bridge we had built earlier using four 4 foot diameter culverts.  We had to use our creative skills to cut and modify several of the 3x3x3 Gabions to fit between the existing pipes - but we made it work.  This should prevent a future washout of the bridge (which had happened this past July 4th with a DELUGE of rain in the South Carolina area (Lake Hartwell, which this stream empties into just a 1/4 mile downstream, rose over 5 feet in less than a week!)  We think it's pretty 'washout proof' now!

 I wanted to send you pictures of my project and thank you for all your support and patients as I tackled this monumental project. This was a first for me and I will refer anyone interested in a project like this to you for supplies. I appreciate all you help.

Hi Marilyn,
The project turned out great. Thanks for including all those necessary items (like wire, ring-pincher, etc).
I install gardens for other designers, so I never know what someone will ask for.
If gabions are required in the future, I will give you a call.

Before                                                 After

Lakeside Project in Winnipeg Canada

Walt- thanks for all your help/advice in getting this project completed. I could not have done it without your great company and support. Here are some before and after pics. I used a ten inch culvert pipe to shuttle the rock down to the baskets.