Florida’s frequent patterns of severe weather can take its toll on waterfront property along the shores of our rivers and canals, as well as the oceanfront. A permanent solution will save you money, stress and aggravation in the long term. There is a right way and a wrong way to provide shoreline armoring, and at Land And Sea Marine we deploy the right equipment and construction methods to solve the problem.

This is our concrete shoreline revetment at River Rocks Restaurant in Rockledge where we installed restored 200’ of shoreline and raised the elevation 3’ above the existing grade. It is part of a multi-phase project that includes a riverfront boardwalk and new dock.

This is a project in which we converted an old failing seawall into an attractive and durable rock revetment.  We installed marine silt cloth over the existing seawall, placed large concrete boulders in front of the old wall as a structural base, and completed the project with premium blonde Coquina boulders to achieve a strong, natural looking shoreline that will prove years of protection as well as habitat and an eco-friendly wave break.

Completion

This is a revetment project where we used concrete boulders and interlocked them for structural stability in a low slope area. We also installed an upland retention to protect from storm surges,

After installing a new dock, we constructed this shoreline coquina revetment after hurricane Jeanne to protect this riverfront property. Due care was used to protect the natural resources while establishing a strong shoreline.

This is a revetment project where we used all natural blonde coquina rock to stabilize a Brevard County drainage easement adjoining a new home under construction by Christopher Burton Homes.