Naranjo Civil has long-established roots in the structural concrete industry. Many of the projects in the early 80’s involved the construction of complex structural concrete structures to manage irrigation water. From energy dissipation to complex diversion structures, our teams have tackled some of the toughest structures in Colorado. Most recently, Naranjo crossed the Poudre River east of Fort Collins to build a state of the art diversion structure for the Fossil Creek Reservoir. Another recent project in Eldorado Springs put 2000’ feet of open ditch along a mountainside into a closed cell box culvert to alleviate flood risk to the town below. Understanding the intricacies of water rights and water demand make Naranjo Civil an industry leader in this field. Irrigation projects require proprietary methods and ground breaking field technologies to make design decisions on the fly. The Naranjo team partners with every client to solve real-world problems in the most grueling environments.