• Typical vegetation to be cleared along canal banks.

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  • Excavator used for clearing of vegetation, trees, etc away from canal bank for preparation of digging and cutting bank back for installation of concrete seawall slabs.

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  • Our long reach excavator digging out canal bottom for maximum water depth at wall, and to remove as much material from canal bottom to be used as back fill later.

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  • Boom truck operator positioning concrete seawall slabs into position for the jet crew to use a water pump with a 5 ft. wand to create a narrow void for the slabs to set into.

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  • Close up view of Honc Heavy Duty steel design that exceeds code requirements.

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  • This is a view of newly poured seawall cap and deadman anchors.

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  • Close up view of an individual deadman anchor with 1/3 yard of concrete.
    Note: Deadman anchor is epoxy coated steel encapsulated in poly pipe.

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  • An optional 20 ft cantilever dock being formed and steel set in, waiting for concrete.

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  • Newly poured cantilever dock floor. Next, the retaining walls will be formed and poured.

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  • Finished seawall & cantilever dock option complete with (5) 3"x6" wooden timbers, retractable ladder and faux brick stucco finish.

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Seawall Construction

New Seawalls by Honc Marine

  • The cement used in our slabs is nearly twice as strong as building codes require. That means less chance of cracking and leaking over time.

  • Honc Marine seawall slabs are pre-cast by Oldcastle Precast, a leading manufacturer of precast concrete in the United States.

  • The epoxy-coated steel in our seawall caps protects longer against the possibility of corrosion to better protect against concrete failure.

  • The strength of our products is matched with superior customer care.

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