When an ice storm severely damaged this focal point of the Portland Japanese Gardens, Kurisu International was called in to repair the 35-foot tall waterfall. Built into a steep slope, the structurally unsound Heavenly Falls presented difficult landscape design and construction challenges. Kurisu had to use special equipment to navigate the terrain, littered with fallen trees, and move the huge boulders.
While respecting the original design, Kurisu renovated the garden waterfall to an additional 15-feet high, and completely rebuilt the concrete superstructure. Under contract to complete the job in 60 days, Kurisu finished the renovation ahead of schedule.
Read more about this project in the press: American Nurseryman, "Well-Respected"