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A Permanent Erosion Control System for New Seawall Construction

Body - Erosion Control System for New Seawall ConstructionSeawall Repair Network® offers a permanent erosion control solution for new seawall construction utilizing advanced materials, equipment, and processes to ensure the reliability of seawall structures. The key component of this system is SW-RP1, a specially formulated repair material designed to provide long-lasting support for seawalls, bulkheads, and similar waterfront barrier systems.

SW-RP1 is specifically formulated for soil stabilization, which is an important aspect of seawall construction. This stabilization process ensures that the soil surrounding the seawall is strong and durable, which is critical for the overall integrity of the structure.

Seawall Repair Network® contractors install SW-RP1 with Alchemy-Spetec’s PolyShark soil stabilization pump system. The PolyShark is capable of pumping large volumes of material quickly and efficiently, which is essential for ensuring that seawall construction is completed in a timely and cost-effective manner.

The Seawall Repair Network® proprietary seawall stabilization process ensures that seawalls are built effectively for long-term use. Seawall Repair Network® Preferred Marine Contractors provide their clients with the peace of mind that comes with knowing that the seawall will be built to the highest standards and will provide long-lasting protection against erosion and flooding.

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Using Seawall Repair Network Stabilization Methods in New Construction

Body - Using Seawall Repair Network Stabilization Methods in New ConstructionIn addition to repairing seawalls, Seawall Repair Network member contractors can also provide permanent soil stabilization and hydrostatic pressure regulation for newly constructed seawalls and bulkheads. Landward-side soil migration, erosion, void formation, and the build-up of hydrostatic pressure cause structural movement and damage to a seawall. It’s important for property owners, contractors, and engineers to understand that permanent seawall stability can be achieved at the time of initial construction. The stabilization process during new construction involves the installation of  SW-RP1, and de-watering channels with panel filters. This process significantly improves the overall engineering design, durability, and lifespan of seawall structures.

By making these simple changes to the new seawall construction process, the Seawall Repair Network member contractor will:

  1. Provide a permanent solution to the most pressing problem associated with seawall construction – long-term soil stability.
  2. Position the new-construction contractor to provide meaningful warranties for installation and materials.
  3. Help new-construction contractors provide waterfront barrier systems that are reliable.
  4. Contribute to a superior seawall construction industry.
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