The Leyden Flush Structure is a turn-out point for Church Ditch to bypass excess flows and flush sediment and other debris from the upper system. In 2017, the Church Ditch hired ERC to design a new structure to replace the leaky gates, old concrete rickety bridges and a manual stop-log system. ERC designed a new structure to include two concrete headwalls, a 12-ft by 4-ft canal slide gate, a 4-ft by 4-ft Rubicon SlipGate for flushing, two steel access bridges, and security fencing. The gates are solar powered and remotely operable. Design work included hydraulic modeling and gate sizing.   ERC also managed the project by providing construction oversight.