Performance

Past Performance & Experience

Swaggart’s successful career illustrates a commitment to quality & efficiency …

Cecil & Nancy Swaggart have more than 45 years experience as forestry contractors!

Since concentrate much of our efforts on hazardous forest fuels reduction and forest & range restoration as well as steep-slope clean-up and environmental restoration.

In the past 10 years alone, we have successfully completed more than 60 projects in eight western states.

We have treated over 26,000 acres in terrain ranging from high deserts and rolling rangelands to rugged mountains and deep canyons.

Our work has included:

  • Mechanical grinding & masticating and mechanical cutting & piling of excess trees & brush
  • Mechanical thinning & slash disposal in overstocked timber stands
  • Reclaiming & subsoiling forest roads, trails & log landings
  • Storm-proofing forest roads & bridges
  • Skyline yarding various kinds of refuse, debris & hazardous materials

We would be pleased to send you some references from our many satisfied customers.

Projects Completed, Work-in-Progress & Work Under Contract

Following is a brief résumé of of our work completed since 2003, as well as our current work-in-progress and under contract.

Projects Completed Since 2003

CEDAR BUTTE GRINDING 2016 – Bureau of Land Management, Idaho:  635 acres mechanical mastication of juniper in the vicinity of Burley, Idaho, with Timbco track-mount-swing Hydro-bunchers equipped with Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication heads, John Deere 200 excavator equipped with a Denis horizontal-shaft mastication head, and Caterpillar 321 excavators equipped with FAE horizontal-shaft mastication heads.  (Completed January 2017)

CEDAR BUTTE GRINDING UNIT E 2016 – Bureau of Land Management, Idaho:  473 acres mechanical mastication of juniper in the vicinity of Burley, Idaho, with Timbco track-mount-swing Hydro-bunchers equipped with Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication heads, John Deere 200 excavator equipped with a Denis horizontal-shaft mastication head, and Caterpillar 321 excavators equipped with FAE horizontal-shaft mastication heads.  (Completed January 2017)

DEADMAN TREE GRINDING Unit B – Bureau of Land Management, Idaho:  139 acres mechanical mastication of juniper in the vicinity of Burley, Idaho, with Timbco track-mount-swing Hydro-bunchers equipped with Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication heads, John Deere 200 excavator equipped with a Denis horizontal-shaft mastication head, and Caterpillar 321 excavators equipped with FAE horizontal-shaft mastication heads.  (Completed January 2017)

Oakley Mastication – Pheasants Forever, St. Paul, MN:  521 acres mechanical mastication of juniper in the vicinity of Burley, Idaho, with Timbco track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication heads, John Deere 200 excavator equipped with a Denis horizontal-shaft mastication head, and Cat 321 excavators equipped with FAE horizontal-shaft mastication heads.  (Completed November 2016)

Harroun Canyon Loop Mastication – Pheasants Forever, St. Paul, MN:  521 acres mechanical mastication of juniper in the vicinity of Burley, Idaho, with Timbco track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication heads, John Deere 200 excavator equipped with a Denis horizontal-shaft mastication head, and Cat 321 excavators equipped with FAE horizontal-shaft mastication heads.  (Completed November 2016)

Knowlton Mastication Phase IX – Bureau of Land Management, Montana:  641 acres hazardous fuels reduction thinning & mastication of ponderosa pine & Rocky Mountain juniper east of Miles City, Montana, with Timbco track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication heads and Cat 321 excavators equipped with FAE horizontal-shaft mastication heads .  (Completed September 2016)

Modoc Gulch Juniper Treatment – Bureau of Land Management, California:  2,464 acres mechanical cutting and doodle-bundling juniper in the vicinity of Dorris, California, with track-mount-swing excavator equipped with hydraulic boom and full-rotation brush grapple.  (Started in spring 2016; 605 acres completed in 2016.  Work is scheduled to resume in 2017.)

Cedar Butte Juniper Grinding – Bureau of Land Management, Idaho:  219 acres mechanical mastication of juniper in the vicinity of Burley, Idaho, with Timbco track-mount-swing Hydro-bunchers equipped with Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication heads.  (Completed January 2016)

Deadman Juniper Grinding – Bureau of Land Management, Idaho:  174 acres mechanical mastication of juniper in the vicinity of Burley, Idaho, with Timbco track-mount-swing Hydro-bunchers equipped with Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication heads.  (Completed January 2016)

Nibbs Creek Mastication – Pheasants Forever, St. Paul, MN:  641 acres of juniper control in the vicinity of Burley, Idaho:  Mechanical mastication using Timbco track-mount-swing Hydro-bunchers equipped with Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication heads.  (Completed December 2015)

Knowlton Fuels Reduction 2015 (Knowlton Mastication Phase VIII) – Bureau of Land Management, Miles City, MT:  463 acres Mechanical mastication of hazardous forest fuels using two Timbco track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication heads and a Kobelco a track-mounted-swing excavator equipped with a Denarco horizontal-shaft mastication head.  (Completed September 2015)

Cove Mastication – US Forest Service, Wallowa-Whitman & Umatilla National Forests, Baker City, OR: 580 acres mechanical mastication of hazardous forest fuels using Timbco track-mount-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed July 2015)

CONVERSE COUNTY INVASIVE RUSSIAN OLIVE REMOVAL I – Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Cheyenne, WY: 380 acres mechanical Russian olive removal using Timbco track-mount-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed March 2015)

Deadman Juniper Thinning – Bureau of Land Management, Idaho Falls, ID: 101 acres juniper grinding using Timbco track-mount-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed January 2015)

Finley-Topso Mechanical Thinning – US Forest Service, Deschutes NF, OR: 1,197 acres mechanical thinning & piling using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with Hot Saw feller-buncher heads and Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication heads, as well as a track-mounted-swing excavator equipped with rotating brush grapple. (Completed December 2014)

Cow Creek & Summit Creek Mastication – Pheasants Forever, St. Paul, MN: 161 acres Juniper control by mechanical mastication in the vicinity of Burley, Idaho, using Timbco track-mount-swing Hydro-bunchers equipped with Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed November 2014)

KFO Commissary Ridge – Bureau of Land Management, Kemmerrer, WY: 253 acres high-elevation sub-alpine fir thinning & mastication using two Timbco track-mount-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with Hot Saw feller-buncher heads & Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed October 2014)

War Pickett, North Cotterel & Camel Rock, Idaho Juniper Control – Pheasants Forever, St. Paul, MN: 372.5 acres of juniper control in the vicinity of Burley, Idaho: Mechanical mastication using two Timbco track-mount-swing Hydro-bunchers equipped with Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication heads and three Caterpillar 321 track-mount-swing excavators equipped with FAE vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed December 2013)

Jim Sage-Cottonwood, Idaho Juniper Control – Pheasants Forever, St. Paul, MN: 1,636 acres of juniper control in the vicinity of Burley, Idaho: 111 acres hand cut & pile, plus 1,525 acres mechanical mastication using two Timbco track-mount-swing Hydro-bunchers equipped with Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication heads and three Caterpillar 321 track-mount-swing excavators equipped with FAE vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed November 2013)

Marcum Mountain Mastication – Bureau of Land Management, Missoula, MT: 225 acres mechanical thinning & mastication with track-mount-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed October 2013)

Upper Bid Hole East Mastication – Bureau of Land Management, Butte, MT: 204 acres mechanical thinning & mastication of Douglas-fir & juniper with track-mount-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed September 2013)

Wise River Mastication – Bureau of Land Management, Butte, MT: 284 acres mechanical thinning & mastication of Douglas-fir & juniper with track-mount-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed August 2013)

BDW Hazardous Fuels Reduction – Bureau of Land Management, Coeur d’Alene, ID: 154 acres chainsaw cutting and excavator piling using John Deere 200 track-mounted excavator equipped with Robotec rotating brush grapple. (Completed August 2013)

Damon Scalp Mechanical Thinning & Mastication – U. S. Forest Service, Malheur National Forest, John Day, OR: 270 acres mechanical mastication with track-mount-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed July 2013)

Russian Olive Mastication – Springs Weed & Pest Control District, Hot Springs County, Thermopolis, WY: 217 acres Russian Olive eradication along the Big Horn River: Timbco track-mounted-swing hydro-buncher equipped with Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication head; and track-mounted excavator equipped horizontal-shaft mastication and also with bucket and thumb. (Completed April 2013)

Removal & mulching of Russian Olive & Salt Cedar – Shoshone Conservation District, Lovell, Wyoming: 340 acres mechanical thinning & grinding Russian olive & tamarisk: Timbco track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed March 2013)

Umatilla County Electric Powerline Clearing – Umatilla County Electric Company, Hermiston Oregon: 90 acres mechanical mastication of trees & brush under power lines using Timbco track-mounted-swing hydro-buncher equipped with Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication head. (Completed November 2012)

Cedar Creek – Anticline Fuels Reduction – Bureau of Land Management, Miles City, MT: 375 acres juniper mastication with track-mount-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed November 2012)

Russian Olive & Tamarisk Mulching – Shoshone Conservation District, Lovell, Wyoming: 527 acres mechanical thinning & grinding Russian olive & tamarisk using track-mounted hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed April 2012. Also completed a similar project of 241 acres in February 2010)

Foote Reservoir Bullhog – State of Utah Division of Wildlife Resources: 28 acres mechanical thinning & grinding Russian olive using a Kobelco 200 excavator equipped with a Fecon horizontal-shaft mastication head. (Completed January 2012)

Chriss Creek Phase I Fuels Reduction – Bureau of Land Management, UT: 503 acres mechanical thinning & mastication using track-mounted hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed January 2012)

DD Hollow Bullhog – Bureau of Land Management, UT: 1,901 acres mechanical thinning & mastication using track-mounted hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads, and rubber-tire tractors equipped with horizontal-shaft mastication heads. (Completed January 2012)

Stonehouse Fuels Chaining – Bureau of Land Management, NV: 1,663 acres two-way chaining with two D8 bulldozers & 240-foot Ely anchor chain. (Completed December 2011)

Red Rock Mechanical Fuels Treatment – Bureau of Land Management, ID: 198 acres mechanical mastication of encroaching juniper using track-mounted hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed December 2011)

Whitman Mechanical Grapple Piling – Wallowa-Whitman & Umatilla National Forests, OR: 243 acres mechanical slash piling using a track-mounted-swing excavator with brush grapple. (Completed September 2011)

Rockwell Ranch Bullhog – Bureau of Land Management, UT: 890 acres mechanical thinning & mastication using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed July 2011)

WGV Phase 2 Vegetation Treatment – Bureau of Land Management, UT: 530 acres mechanical thinning & mastication using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed March 2011)

Lowry Mastication I – US Forest Service, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, NV: 404 acres mechanical thinning & mastication using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed November 2010)

Lowry Mastication II – US Forest Service, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, NV: 302 acres mechanical thinning & mastication using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed November 2010)

Crescent Subsoiling – US Forest Service, Deschutes National Forest, Bend, OR: 319 acres subsoiling & reclamation of skid trails, landings & roads using a bulldozer equipped with rippers, brush rake, and dozer blade. (Completed September 2010)

Subsoiling on the Crescent Ranger District – US Forest Service, Deschutes National Forest, Bend, OR: 272 acres subsoiling & reclamation of skid trails, landings & roads using a bulldozer equipped with rippers, brush rake, and dozer blade. (Completed September 2010)

Sweeney Thin & Mastication – USFS, Umitilla National Forest, OR: 200 acres mechanical thinning & mastication using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed September 2010)

LAG McMeadows Masticate – US Forest Service, LaGrande Ranger District, Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, OR: 631 acres mechanical thinning and mastication using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed September 2010)

Juniper Removal – Wyoming Game & Fish, Lander, WY: 2,944 acres Hazardous Fuels Reduction & Range Restoration: Mechanical thinning nd mastication of juniper using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads, and a hydro-axe equipped with a horizontal-shaft mastication head. (Performed 2007 – 2010)

Removal of Russian Olive & Salt Cedar – Yellowtail CRM Area, Shoshone Conversation District, Lovell, WY: 241 acres mechanical mastication of Russian olive and salt cedar using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed February 2010)

Heppner Ranger District Mastication – US Forest Service, Umatilla National Forest, Heppner, OR: 275 acres mechanical thinning and grinding using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed November 2009)

Knowlton Grinding Phase II – Bureau of Land Management, Miles City, MT: 190 acres mechanical thinning and grinding using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads and a hydro-axe equipped with a horizontal-shaft mastication head. (Completed November 2009)

Wise River Habitat Improvement – Bureau of Land Management, Butte, MT: 240 acres Hazardous Fuels Reduction: Mechanical thinning & mastication in Douglas-fir stands using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed October 2009)

Jasper Grapple Piling – US Forest Service, Umatilla National Forest, Pendleton, OR: 117 acres piling limbs and small logs with a track-mounted excavator and rotating brush grapple. (Completed September 2009)

Tower Decommissioning – Phase II – US Forest Service, Umatilla National Forest, Pendleton, OR: 3-Year IDIQ (Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity) Contract for road decommissioning and other excavation projects (including maintenance & repair of bridge footings & approaches, storm-proofing & other road repair work) using a track-mounted excavator, bulldozer, front-end bucket loader, dump trucks, and road grader. (Several task orders were completed in 2007 – 2009.)

Mud Creek Rock Haul – US Fish & Wildlife Service, Princeton, OR: Load, haul & stockpile crushed rock using a front-end bucket loader and dump truck. (Completed August 2009)

Iskuulpa Creek Blackberry Treatments – 2009 – Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation: 80 acres blackberry mastication using track-mounted-swing hydro-buncher equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed July 2009)

Dameron Valley Bullhog – Bureu of Land Management, St. George, UT: 806 acres Hazardous Fuels Reduction: Mechanical thinning & mastication using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads, and a hydro-axe equipped with a horizontal-shaft mastication head, and an excavator equipped with a horizontal-shaft mastication head. (Completed April 2009)

South Spring Valley Chaining – Bureau of Land Management, Ely, NV: 3,104 acres Chaining: Site Preparation using two D8 bulldozers and an Ely anchor chain. (Completed April 2009)

Mill Creek Bullhog – Bureu of Land Management, Kanab, UT: 871 acres Hazardous Fuels Reduction: Mechanical thinning & mastication using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads, and a hydro-axe equipped with a horizontal-shaft mastication head, and an equipped with a horizontal-shaft mastication head. (Completed March 2009)

Subsoiling Services – US Forest Service, Deschutes National Forest, Bend, OR: Three projects totaling 1,079 acres subsoiling & reclamation of skid trails, landings & roads using a bulldozer equipped with rippers, brush rake, and dozer blade. (830 acres completed 2007; 249 acres completed 2008)

Fish-Two Heart Stewardship – Bureau of Land Management, Butte, Montana: 475 acres Hazardous Fuels Reduction, Logging Slash Disposal & Meadow Restoration: Mechanical mastication using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft & horizontal-shaft mastication heads. This was a sub-contract for R-Y Timber, Inc. of Townsend, MT. (Completed December 2008.)

Ursine WUI – Bureu of Land Management, Nevada: 343 acres Hazardous Fuels Reduction: Mechanical thinning & mastication using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed October 2008)

Billies Mountain Mechanical Fuels Reduction – US Forest Service, Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Spanish Forks, UT: 630 acres Hazardous Fuels
Reduction: Mechanical thinning & mastication using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed
September 2008)

Big Hollow – East Onaqui Bullhog Project – Bureau of Land Management, Salt Lake City, UT: 418 acres Hazardous Fuels Reduction & Range restoration: Mechanical grinding juniper & other brush using track-mounted swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed December 2007)

Three Valleys Ranch, Hepner, Oregon – Mechanical thinning & grinding ponderosa pine plantations using two track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed December 2006)

Incinerator Ash Clean-up Phase III – US Department of Energy & Innovative Technical Solutions, Inc., Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM: This was the third phase of the Airport Drainage Debris Removal project begun in 2003 (see Phase I & Phase II below). The project involved removing hazardous ash waste from the steep canyon sides using our TMY 40 Mobile Skyline Yarder equipped with an Eaglet Radio-Controlled Carriage. For this project we constructed large steel waste bins which we filled with ash waste and flew to the top of the canyon with our skyline yarder. We used a “Spyder” walking excavator to fill the waste bins. We also used a front-end bucket loader, roll-off refuse bins, and a hand labor crew. (Completed October 2006)

Powerline Right-of-Way Clearing – Umatilla County Electric, Hermiston, Oregon: Mechanical grinding blackberry & locust brush with a track-mounted-swing hydro-buncher equipped with vertical-shaft mastication head. (Completed October 2006)

Mass Mulch – US Forest Service / US Fish & Wildlife contrtact, Umatilla National Forest, Hepner & Ukiah, OR: 708 acres Hazardous Fuels Reduction: Mechanical thinning & mastication using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed October 2006)

Newcastle Defense Zone Thinning – Bureau of Land Management, Newcastle, WY: 414 acres Hazardous Fuels Reduction: Mechanical thinning & grinding ponderosa pine using track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with vertical-shaft mastication heads. (Completed July 2006)

Airport Drainage Debris Removal Phase II – US Department of Energy & Innovative Technical Solutions, Inc., Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los
Alamos, NM: Removing heavy debris & hazardous materials from canyon using mobile skyline yarder equipped with radio-controlled carriage, chokers, cargo nets & tarps, and custom-built bins. (Completed November 2005. Also see Airport Drainage Debris Removal Phase I completed August 2003.)

Connor Phase II – Bureau of Land Management, Burley, ID: 120 acres Range Restoration & Hazardous Fuels Reduction: Mechanical grinding juniper & other brush using track-mounted-swing hydro-buncher equipped with vertical-shaft mastication head. (Completed October 2005)

Big Owens No. 4 Fuel Reduction – US Forest Service, Umatilla National Forest, Ukiah, OR: 264 acres Hazardous Fuels Reduction: Skyline yarding woody debris using mobile skyline yarder; log sorting & processing, loading & hauling. (Completed September 2005)

Newcastle Fire Defense Zone 3A – Bureau of Land Management, Newcastle, WY: 62 acres Hazardous Fuels Reduction: Mechanical thinning & grinding ponderosa pine using track-mounted-swing hydro-buncher equipped with vertical-shaft mastication head. (Completed September 2005)

Griggs Mechanical Thinning & Fuels Reduction – US Forest Service, Black Hills National Forest, Spearfish, SD: 600 acres Hazardous Fuels Reduction: Mechanical thinning & grinding ponderosa pine using track-mounted-swing hydro-buncher equipped with vertical-shaft mastication head & track-mounted-swing excavator equipped with horizontal-shaft grinding head. (Completed August 2005)

Newcastle Thinning FY05 – Bureau of Land Management, Newcastle, WY: 110 acres Hazardous Fuels Reduction: Mechanical thinning & grinding ponderosa pine using track-mounted-swing hydro-buncher equipped with vertical-shaft mastication head. (Completed May 2005)

Moon Creek Hazard Fuel Treatment – Bureau of Land Management, Miles City, MT: 148 acres Hazardous Fuels Reduction: Mechanical thinning & piling ponderosa pine using track-mounted-swing hydro-buncher equipped with hotsaw cutting head & accumulator arms; and track-mounted-swing excavator equipped with rotating brush grapple. (Completed April 2005)

Elba Grinding – Bureau of Land Management, Burley, ID: 525 acres Range Restoration & Hazardous Fuels Reduction: Mechanical grinding juniper & other brush using track-mounted-swing hydro-buncher equipped with vertical-shaft mastication head. (Completed December 2004)

Connor Grinding – Bureau of Land Management, Burley, ID: 270 acres Range Restoration & Hazardous Fuels Reduction: Mechanical grinding juniper & other brush using track-mounted-swing hydro-buncher equipped with vertical-shaft mastication head. (Completed December 2004)

Newcastle Fire Defense – Bureau of Land Management, Newcastle, WY: 136 acres Hazardous Fuels Reduction: Mechanical thinning & grinding ponderosa pine using track-mounted-swing hydro-buncher equipped with vertical-shaft mastication head. (Completed July 2004)

Kraft Springs Hazardous Fuels Reduction – US Forest Service, Custer National Forest, Camp Crook, SD: 154 acres Hazardous Fuels Reduction: Mechanical thinning & piling ponderosa pine track-mounted-swing hydro-buncher equipped with hotsaw cutting head & accumulator arms; and track-mounted-swing excavator equipped with rotating brush grapple. (Completed July 2004)

Horsethief Hazardous Fueld Reduction – Bureau of Land Management, Roundup, MT: 333 acres Hazardous Fuels Reduction: Fuel management zone construction: Mechanical thinning, pruning & product processing: using -mounted-swing hydro-buncher equipped with hotsaw cutting head & accumulator arms; and track-mounted-swing hydro-buncher equipped with vertical-shaft mastication head; and rubber-tire grapple skidder; and mechanical stroke delimber & processor. (Completed June 2004)

Airport Drainage Debris Removal – US Department of Energy & Portage Environmental, Inc, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM: Removing heavy debris & hazardous materials form canyon using mobile skyline yarder equipped with radio-controlled carriage, chokers, cargo nets
& tarps, and cargo cans; as well as a front-end bucket loader, roll-off refuse bins, bulldozer, and hand labor crew. (Completed August 2003)

Work-In-Progress & Under Contract

Modoc Gulch Juniper Treatment – Bureau of Land Management, California:  2,464 acres mechanical cutting and doodle-bundling juniper in the vicinity of Dorris, California, with track-mount-swing excavator equipped with hydraulic boom and full-rotation brush grapple. (Started in spring 2016.  605 acres completed to date.  Work is scheduled to resume in 2017.)

Bullhog Warm Spring Hills Phase I — State of Utah, Department of Wildlife Resources:  1,487 acres hazardous fuels reduction & range restoration by mastication of Rocky Mountain juniper with Timbco track-mounted-swing hydro-bunchers equipped with Birdseye vertical-shaft mastication heads, John Deere 200 excavator equipped with a Denis horizontal-shaft mastication head, and Caterpillar 321 excavators equipped with FAE horizontal-shaft mastication heads.  (Started January 2017; scheduled for completion by March 31, 2017.)

Land Development & Subdivision, Morrow County, Oregon – A rural residential subdivision on 36 acres owned by Cecil & Nancy Swaggart near Boardman, OR. We have completed all development including subdivision planning & platting for 2- & 3-acre home sites, road construction & paving; installation of electrical power, telephone service, septic tanks, and drain fields for each lot; and development of an irrigation water distribution system with service to each lot. We have now sold nearly all of the lots. (2008 – present)

Land Development & Subdivision, Stevens County, Washington – A 319-acre project including timber harvest, thinning & fuels reduction, site preparation, and subdivision of forest land owned by Cecil & Nancy Swaggart near Springdale, WA. Nearly all of these 20-acre tracts have been sold. (2005 – present)

Current Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) & Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) Contracts

Central Oregon Restoration Project – U.S. Forest Service, Deschutes National Forest, Bend, OR: 5-year Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity service contract: Various items of hazardous fuels reduction including mechanical mastication and excavator piling, etc.. (Awarded 2009)

IDIQ For Fire Management – U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, WA: 5-Year Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity contract for hazardous fuels reduction including mastication, grapple piling, etc. (Awarded 2010)

Mechanical Fuels Reduction – Wallowa-Whitman & Umatilla National Forests, OR: 5-Year Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity contract for mechanical fuels reduction including mastication, grapple piling, etc. (Awarded 2010)

ESR BPA Chaining – BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, OREGON EASTERN DISTRICTS: Blanket Purchase Agreement for fire restoration chaining projects using two Caterpillar D8-class bulldozers and an Ely anchor chain. (Awarded 2013)

Mechanical Hazardous Fuels Reduction IDIQ – Bureau of Land Management, Denver CO:  5-Year Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity contract for mechanical fuels reduction in Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, and Utah.  Work  includes mechanical mastication, grapple piling, etc..  (Awarded 2015)

Previous Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) & Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) Contracts

National Hazardous Fuels Reduction IDIQ – Bureau of Land Management, Denver CO: Qualified in 17 states for three consecutive contract terms. Performed numerous task orders throughout the western United States. (2003 – 2013)

Walla Walla Mechanical Fuels Project 2007 – Wallowa-Whitman & Umatilla National Forests, OR: 3-Year Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity contract for mechanical fuels reduction including mastication, grapple piling, etc. (2007 – 2009)

Tower Decommissioning Phase II – US Forest Service, Umatilla National Forest, Pendleton, OR: 3-Year IDIQ (Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity) Contract for road decommissioning and other excavation projects (including maintenance & repair of bridge footings & approaches, storm-proofing & other road repair work) using a track-mounted excavator, bulldozer, front-end bucket loader, dump trucks, and road grader. (2007 – 2009)

Transmission Line Tree Clearing – Western Area Power Administration: 5-Year Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity contract for hazardous fuels reduction including mastication, grapple piling, etc. under high-voltage power transmission lines in Colorado. (2005 – 2009)

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