Below is Quigg Derrick SKOOKUM Bucket Targets from cleaning up the Hylebos Waterway in Tacoma WA. WINOPS invented and was the first to implement Bucket Target Marking for Environmental Remediation, Sediment Removal and Capping Operations.
Niel Quigg with his father Mike Quigg aboard SKOOKUM
WINOPS Field Engineer Bob Stricker tucks RG8 coax on SKOOKUM boom.
SKOOKUM is a Puget Sound local Native American word for Tough, Tenacious, Stout, Sturdy, Stalwart, and Robust
Larry Calkins shows off his Boom Tip Pendulum Mount for the Trimble AG132 Sub Meter DGPS Antenna.
Berni Johnston of Dalton, Olmsted & Fuglevand, Inc. keeps a watchful eye on the Environmental Remediation Operations on the Hylebos Waterway in Tacoma Washington for the Quigg Brothers.
S K O O K U M . . .
A sample of items left on the Hylebos sea bed by Tacoman's over the last 100 years.