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Question DetailsAsked on 2/18/2017

who replaces buklheads in port arthur texas

About 30 ft. long, some of it is gone and washing out the fill under the concrete. I have sheets of plywood in there. temporarily.

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Angies List does not have a category for Docks and Marine structures any more - but you are looking for a Marine Construction specialty general contractor.


Bear in mind, you are almost certainly going to need a Planning and Zoning review of the new wall plans - and quite likely a permit from the Corps of Engineers because this is certainly going to fall into their Waterways and/or Wetlands jurisdiction.


Be prepared to present proof (construction records, dated air photo, etc) if this is old, because it may be grandfathered and not need as much permitting. Also, if you replace it in-place with the same kind of structure or a "green design" like riprap or a sloping revetment it is generally a lot easier to get permitted than if you try to move it towards the water or make it bigger or less "green".


Almost certainly going to need a Erosion and Sediment Control and SPCC (Spill Containment and Control Plan) before workk can start - most larger construction companies in the waterfront work business have stock ones in hand they can easily modify to suit your situation.


Otherwise, a Civil Engineering firm (not an Angies List category) whjich routinely does dock and seawall work in your area can do the design and assist with permitting. Google or check around at local marine dealers and such for who in your area does this, then cross-check their company name on AL to see if they have reviews in some other category.


And of course, if you want this to last, maybe it needs to go deeper or have its toe protected by riprap or such so it does not get undermined again if the failure is due to undermining rather than just old age deterioration.


While some marine construction firms will get the permits for you, stay on top of the requirements because if they fail to the agencies will come after YOU, as well as them.

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