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We can sit tall in the saddle knowing that we take pride in a job well done.
It’s a Montana thing.
When developing in the raw mountain terrain of northwestern Montana, the spine of your project, i.e. the road system, must eventually be portrayed accurately on paper for the approval process. The spine of the development will determine the property lines, sizes, and quantities of the parcels an owner or developer wishes to have and access.
Computers enable engineers to plan and build roads through exhaustive topographic
analysis under forest canopies and the staking of cut & fill demarcations with daily
supervisions while the work is underway. At the same time, minor value engineering
decisions in the field will change a road's center axis paper-
In mountain terrain, a road builder such as Tim Ryan [Riding High Inc.] can rough-