Whether you need a seawall in Miami, dock, or a boat lift, dredging, a rock revetment (rip-rap), or a retaining wall, Coast Seawall Dock & Boatlifts is here to meet all your needs. Serving customers since 1979, Mike Duncan (owner/contractor) has the knowledge, experience, and expertise needed to tackle any marine construction project.
Coast Seawall will answer questions and guide you step-by-step through your waterfront project, from permitting to the finished product. You can trust that we are committed to using the highest quality materials available, at the best possible value. We have high standards and brand integrity. We use time-tested, proven processes, and settle for nothing less than impeccability. Above all, we recognize that it is a privilege to assist you in making your marine construction dreams a reality.
Coast Seawall will help with any questions you might have and take you step-by-step through your waterfront project, from permitting to the finished product. You can trust that we are committed to using the highest quality materials available, at the best possible value. We will not compromise our high standards or our integrity; we care too much about our customers to compromise the quality of the job by using inferior materials, or inferior methods. We use time-tested, proven methods, combined with the highest quality materials, and settle for nothing less than impeccability.
Serving customers since 1979, throughout the Palm Beaches and the Treasure Coast of Florida, a decision was to start Coast Seawall Dock & Boatlift of the Treasure Coast, now Coast Seawall Dock & Boatlifts, serving the Palm Beaches and the Treasure Coast of Florida. Marine construction is more than just a job to me. I have invested most of the years of my life to learning, accomplishing, and perfecting, marine construction methods. I take pride in doing a job “well done.” I have personally installed, and overseen the installation of thousands of seawalls, docks, and boat lifts.
At Coast Seawall, they also build seawalls using a variety of materials: reinforced concrete, steel, vinyl, wood, aluminum, Florida limestone, gabions, and fiberglass composite. The design and type of seawall we install depends on your waterfront location and erosion processes associated with your location. And also make sure the anchor system (tieback system) they install, if necessary, is properly engineered, equipped to withstand the constant attack from wave energy upon your seawall.