The Alaska Energy Authority intends to construct improvements to the Bradley Lake Hydroelectric project that will divert flows from the upper portion of the glaciated Battle Creek watershed into Bradley Lake, resulting in increased annual energy output. R&M has been tasked with the performance of hydrologic and hydraulic analyses to assist with the design of the diversion project. R&M’s efforts have included office and field studies of basin hydrology and sediment; flood frequency and duration flow analyses; and hydraulic analyses of the proposed diversion and canal system.