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Canal Embankments for the City of Tamarac, Florida

This project was for City of Tamarac. It included (2) canal embankments. We installed approximately 70 wall feet for each embankment as well as installing aluminum sheet piling, Prestressed concrete piling and a concrete cap. 32 more words

Steel Sheet Pilings

U-Haul in Wilton Manors, Florida Gets Seawall Replacement

Recently, we completed a seawall replacement at U-Haul Wilton Manors. We installed 350 wall feet of sheet piling and prestressed concrete piling.

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Steel Sheet Pilings

Seawall Bulkhead Replacement For a Private Residence in Manalapan

Recently, we installed 205 feet of sheet piling for a bulkhead and seawall replacement for a private home in Manalapan, Florida.

For more information about this job or a list of services we can provide, give us a call! 14 more words

Steel Sheet Pilings

Boat Ramp Restorations at Veterans Park in Tamarac

This job was located in Tamarac, in western Broward County.

The project included sheet piling installation, prestressed concrete piling  and concrete cap for boat ramp renovations. 32 more words

Steel Sheet Pilings

Pangeaseed - Seawalls: Murals for Oceans [New Zealand]

PangeaSeed Foundation, the international marine conservation organization, is thrilled to announce the conclusion of its inaugural partnership with the Napier City Council, Resene, and Alternative Arts Initiative to create a series of Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans in the coastal town of Napier, New Zealand. 730 more words

Art

Askew One - Kaitiaki

Multidisciplinary artist and friend of BBB’s Askew One recently got busy in his native New Zealand for another edition of the Pangeaseed “Seawalls” festival in Napier. 25 more words

Art

Safety First, Livability Last: the reality of Japan's disaster prevention planning

In Tokura disctrict of Minamisanriku-cho in Japan, lies a small village named Hadenya (波伝谷). The name Hadenya  (originally, 波転谷), includes the Chinese characters ‘waves’, ‘tumble over’ and ‘valley’, and originates from a famous legend in the oral traditions of the region. 1,154 more words

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