SPEELER SEAWALL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
Speeler’s designers utilize their experience, their engineering know-how, and the latest technology in seawall design to create a long-lasting seawall, bulkhead, or retaining wall. Whether you are looking for a seawall made of interlocking vinyl panels, wood timbers, or stone riprap, Speeler does it all – and does it better than anyone.
We have the experience and knowledge of seawall design and construction to assist you with all phases of your bulkhead or seawall project, in terms of erosion control.
Speeler Marine Construction has the expertise and infrastructure to service waterfront projects large and small. From residential waterfront properties to marinas and commercial facilities, Speeler is prepared to meet all of your shoreline protection needs.
• Vinyl Seawall
• Concrete Seawall
• Steel Seawall
• Wood Seawall
• Riprap Seawall
A very effective and efficient form of erosion control is rip rap, a series of strategically placed boulders to form a natural barrier. Also known rubble, shot rock or "Rip-rap," this time-tested practice is used to protect shorelines, streambeds, bridge abutments, pilings and other shoreline structures against erosion.
Commonly made with granite or limestone, and occasionally concrete rubble from building and paving demolition, rip rap is a good re-use of sustainable materials.
• Stone Rip Rap
• Rock Rip Rap
• Granite Rip Rap
• Limestone Rip Rap
• Concrete Rip Rap
Riprap works by absorbing and deflecting the energy of waves before they reach the defended structure. The size and mass of the riprap material absorbs the impact energy of waves, while the gaps between the rocks trap and slow the flow of water, lessening its ability to erode soil or structures on the coast.
Speeler Marine Construction has been providing affordable rip rap seawall design and construction for many years.
SEAWALL REPAIR & MAINTENANCE
Depending on the current condition of your existing seawall, maintenance or repair may be the best option.
In many cases, seawall replacement may not fit the budget, and alternative methods of stabilization are performed. Speeler offers many alternative techniques for stabilizing existing seawalls such as CHANCE helical tiebacks, replacement of cap and anchors, and the installation of beam and anchor systems.
We use the most trusted and time-tested stabilization methods in order to prolong the safety and life of your seawall structure.
- Helical Tiebacks
- Concrete Cap
- Stainless Steel Anchors
- Beam and Anchor Systems
Increase the navigability of your waterway by dredging for better clearance. Ask your Speeler representative about the ins and outs of getting in and out.