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South Llano River near Junction, Texas

(February, 2001—Before construction)

...Specializing in fluvial geomorphology, including stream assessment, river restoration, streambank stabilization,  fisheries habitat improvement, and riparian area assessment and restoration.


1504 Ann Arbor Drive

Norman, Oklahoma 73069-5363

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Phone: 405-620-2004

E-mail: russ@riverman-engineering.com

South Llano River near Junction, Texas

(February, 2001—After construction)

South Llano River near Junction, Texas

(May, 2004)

Riverman Engineering was established in 2000 to provide education, planning, restoration, installation and consulting services to individuals, public entities and private interests on matters pertaining to creeks, streams and rivers.


Services provided include:     

¨ Consultation on creek, stream and river instability and bank erosion problems.


¨ Stream monitoring and assessment.


¨ Design of creek, stream and river restoration projects.


¨ Construction supervision for creek, stream and river restoration projects.


¨ Instruction on fluvial geomorphology and stream restoration.

Phone: 405-620-2004

E-mail: russ@riverman-engineering.com

“The song of the river ends not at her banks but in the hearts of those who have loved her.”

                                   Buffalo Joe

“Rivers are inherently interesting. They mold landscapes, create fertile deltas, provide trade routes, a source for food and water; a place to wash and play; civilizations emerged next to rivers in China, India, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. They sustain life and bring death and destruction. They are ferocious at times; gentle at times. They are placid and mean. They trigger conflict and delineate boundaries. Rivers are the stuff of metaphor and fable, painting and poetry. Rivers unite and divide -- a thread that runs from source to exhausted release.”

                                                                                                               Edward Gargan, The River's Tale