Western Pacific Interceptor Canal

Western Pacific Interceptor Canal – Phase 2 (2005/2006)
Phase 2 included the construction of two slurry walls on the Western Pacific Interceptor Canal, which runs parallel to the Feather River and forms the eastern boundary of TRLIA’s Levee Improvement Program. The slurry walls measure 1,000 feet and 500 feet in length, and average 35 and 44-feet deep, respectively. Slurry wall construction was completed in 2005.

In 2006, the rip rap (rock) on the WPIC was expanded to prevent erosion.

slope flattening
Rip rap replacement
slope flattening