Long-Lasting Steel seawalls
Steel is historically the most common choice for many seawall projects, particularly where there is not enough room for a full rip-rap option.
Traditionally considered the most strong type of a seawall, steel requires regular maintenance to reduce rusting and inevitable corrosion, which contributes to its much shorter “shelf life” of 25 years.
Steel seawalls are versatile in that they can be made as tall as necessary and are very strong, but they are extremely heavy and corrode quickly. In many cases, a steel seawall may not be the best choice. However, there are still some applications where a steel seawall may make sense depending on the project.
Steel or otherwise, we look forward to finding the best seawall solution for you!