Lineg, Drüpterweg-Alpsche Ley

Ley” project by the German LINEG water board. This was a natural engineering project aimed towards encouraging a straight stream to meander again. The development of the natural area was of key importance here, and the preservation of flora and fauna was paramount towards supporting the ecological development of the area. The project was completed in mid-2018.

After completing the transport roads, we started work on the preparatory phase, which involved removing existing fences, bushes and tree stumps. Several transport roads were left in place after the work was completed, to allow for maintenance in the future.

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The development of the natural area was of key importance here

After the removal and disposal of the topsoil, which could be reused for a project for the same client, a meandering course was excavated for the stream, after which the old stream was partially filled in.

An amphibian passage was built for maintenance purposes, and several natural stone steps were placed in the stream to allow off-road vehicles such as tractors to cross safely to perform maintenance.

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ClientLINEG, Kamp-Lintfort
Contract formVOB
CategoryNatural engineering
Executed byVan Boekel GmbH
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