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Jetties

Jetties

Fixed structures over water

Pontoons

Pontoons

Floating structures over water

Platforms

Platforms

Fixed structures over land

Tidal stepped jetties

Tidal stepped jetties

Fixed, stepped structures over water to allow for tidal rise and fall

U-shaped jetties

U-shaped jetties

Bespoke shaped jetties to suit boat access and other individual requirements

Disabled access

Disabled access

Wider structures, fixed or floating, depending on requirements with gentle slopes and disability hoists, if required, to aid entry and exit of boats

Catacanoe solutions

Catacanoe solutions

Bespoke solutions catered for such as catacanoe docking

Boat lift structures

Boat lift structures

Bespoke built jetties to aid access to your boat lift

Water stages

Water stages

Using an underwater platform/jetty structure to sit just below the water

Swimming platforms

Swimming platforms

Generally floating using a pontoon structure

Walkways

Walkways

Floating over wet terrain, fixed over dry land or a combination of the two, depending on the requirement

Bridges

Bridges

Small pedestrian bridges

Timber replacement

Timber replacement

Replacement of marina timbers

Access steps and ladders

Access steps and ladders

Steps or ladders to provide access to water

Stainless steel fabrications

Stainless steel fabrications

Including gates, railings and ladders

Shoremaster boat lift servicing

Shoremaster boat lift servicing

Servicing and repairs

Fishing Platforms

Fishing Platforms

Using jetty, platform or pontoon structures, to meet individual requirements.

Shooting platforms

Shooting platforms

Built to individual requirements using the most appropriate structures for the location

Did you know?

Jetties and pontoons are terms which are sometimes used interchangeably but the main difference between them is that a jetty is fixed to the shore as well as the ground below the water surface while a pontoon floats on the water surface.

Build Materials

Aluminium

Our most popular material for structures is aluminium because of its lightweight and corrosion resistance properties.

Steel

Galvanised steel is used in our structures where the loads or forces involved exceed the capability of aluminium – for example this is often used for canal boats and costal applications where a heavy duty material is required.

Timber

Timber is used where replacement or repairs are needed to existing timber structures to ensure they are in-keeping with what is already being used. Timber is also used on a site specific basis where the local ecology requires something other than steel or aluminium.

Polyethylene floats

Roto-moulded foam filled polyethylene floats are used for our pontoons to provide structural stability and a regular shape. These anti-sink floats retain buoyancy even after external impact which otherwise could breach the stability of the structure.

Decking

Timber decking to meet individual requirements range from pressure treated Scandinavian pine (with or without anti slip beads included in the grooves of the planks), Siberian larch, Yellow Balau (Bangkirai), to composite decking and even GRP (glass reinforced plastic) marine grid. All of which are secured with stainless steel fixings for longevity.

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