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Heavy Equipment Program

The Development Branch Heavy Equipment Program provides heavy equipment support to Wildlife, Fisheries, and Shooting Sports projects across Arizona.  Some examples of the kinds of support provided include road maintenance on Department owned properties and on roads accessing Department owned properties, and road construction and realignments to maintain hunter access.  Wildlife habitat improvement project support includes heavy equipment support on wildlife waters construction and reconstruction, pipeline construction and pond development on Department Wildlife Areas, and dirt tank construction and maintenance. Fisheries support has included construction of fish barriers, transportation and construction of artificial fish structures, and aquatic weed harvesting.  An example of shooting sports support is range construction and maintenance.

To discuss how the heavy equipment program can support your project, please contact Mark Davis, Heavy Equipment Operations Supervisor, at 623-236-7484 or mdavis@azgfd.gov   

 
 
 
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