Cora Island – Restoring Habitat

The Cora Island Project was a component of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers overall Missouri River Recovery Program.  In cooperation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service the goal was to restore 1,265 acres of shallow water habitat by constructing channel chutes from the Missouri River to reclaimed floodplain.  The Clayton Engineering Company provided […]

Waterway Carwash Opening New Location on The Hill

Waterway Car wash is a long term client of Clayton Engineering. Recently, the company has been working with us to develop a new style washing station at a prime location on The Hill, in St. Louis. This will be Waterway’s first Tunnel Car wash facility, with vacuum stations, an automated tunnel car wash as well […]

The First Known Large Scale Rainwater Harvesting System in St. Louis

The Webster Groves School District is constructing a large building addition onto their high school that proved opportune for an innovative civil design implementation by Clayton Engineering. Slated to be completed in late 2012, the first known large scale rainwater harvesting system in the St. Louis area has been designed, approved, and installed, through a […]

Avoiding ADA Lawsuits On Your Property (2010 ADA Guidelines)

As you may know, the Americans with Disabilties Act (ADA) was signed into law on July 26, 1990. The ADA has been credited with removing barriers for millions of disabled people, allowing them access to jobs and public buildings. When enacted into law however, Congress did not assign regulators to enforce the law, therefore leaving […]

Clayton Engineering becomes donator to the Smithsonian Institution

The Clayton Engineering Co., located in St. Louis, Missouri, was officially formed in 1926, but records, field books and a few original equipment items purchased from previous companies date back to the early 1800s. While purging items last winter, Austin DeSain was going through some old boxes and found a wooden case labeled “C.L. Berger […]