The Green River Canal Fish Screen is a canal diversion structure located along the Green River in Utah. The structure, near the canal inlet, allows water to pass thru a series of diversion channels and screens which redirects fish from the canal back to the river. Fiberglass rebar is used in electronic monitoring zones which enables tracking of fish passing thru the various structures. A new radial head gate structure at the inlet allows the canal to be closed as needed for maintenance and repairs. The over 1,400 cy of concrete must all be placed during the winter months due to low water levels and ahead of the canal reopening for spring agricultural needs. This structure is designed and inspected by the Bureau of Reclamation known for their tight tolerances and quality control.