Shoreline & Bank Stabilization Services

Shoreline and bank stabilization is critical for safeguarding coastal infrastructure, habitats, and communities from erosion and other natural forces. At White Lake Dock & Dredge, we use a variety of stabilization techniques to provide the best long-term solution for any environment.

Our Shoreline & Bank Stabilization Services

At White Lake Dock & Dredge, we implement a range of proven techniques and technologies to stabilize shorelines and banks effectively. This may include the installation of erosion control structures such as retaining walls, cutoff walls, sheet pile installation, seawalls, or riprap, which help prevent further erosion. We also maintain nationwide relationships with ecological services contractors to re-establish vegetation and promote ecosystem recovery and resilience.

Highlighted Shoreline & Bank Stabilization Services Services

Many shorelines also support large-scale, industrial infrastructure. Enhancing soil stability is essential in these areas to protect against natural forces like wave action, storm surges, or seismic liquefaction. Stabilized soil reduces the risk of structural damage or failure. We can improve and stabilize soils through Deep Soil Mixing, using mixing reagents like Cement-Slag, Quick Lime, Fly Ash, and Fluidized Bed Ash.

Stabilized soil also enhances the load-bearing capacity of the ground, providing a more solid foundation for industrial facilities, ports, and other coastal infrastructure. This is especially important in areas where heavy equipment, storage tanks, or large structures are present, as it helps prevent settlement and subsidence, ensuring the long-term integrity and functionality of the infrastructure.

White Lake Dock & Dredge also stabilizes soils along coastlines to support sustainable development and land use planning. By increasing the resilience of coastal areas to erosion and natural hazards, infrastructure can be better prepared to withstand the impacts of rising sea levels and extreme weather events. This helps safeguard investments, promote economic stability, and ensure the continued operation of vital industries located in coastal regions.

Do you have a shoreline in need of stabilization? Contact our team to find out what White Lake can do for your project.