Cofferdam Applications

Water Inflated Cofferdams VS Sandbags

Water Inflated Cofferdams VS Sandbags

Two of the most common ways to provide flood protection for an area are typically inflatable cofferdams or sandbags. At Dam-It-Dams we help our clients from all over the world install highly durable water inflated cofferdams which offer a number of benefits compared to sandbags. Common Problems Using Sandbags for Dewatering While sandbags may be …

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6 Benefits of Water Filled Cofferdams

6 Benefits of Water Filled Cofferdams

At Dam-It-Dams our passion is and will always be water filled cofferdams. We work with customers each and every day to find the best application for what we’re convinced is an incredibly versatile product. Our cofferdams are used for a variety of different applications and we thought it would be beneficial to outline some of …

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Paris, IL

Temporary Cofferdam Spillway 2

Location: Paris, IL Cofferdam Sizes: 8′ high x 225′ long, and 8′ tall x 50′ long Water Depth: 6′ Installation Time: 7.5 hours Project Description: Dewater project site to allow contractor to repair broken concrete on the spillway. Spillway Repairs The primary purpose of a spillway is to direct excess water or other liquids from …

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St Paul , MN

Temporary Cofferdam Lake Install 6

Location: St. Paul, MN Cofferdam Size: 8′ high x 250′ long Water Depth: 6′ Installation Time: 11 hours Project Description: Restore shoreline. Shoreline Restoration Water is one of Mother Nature’s most powerful forces. It can wreck havoc on shorelines over a period of time. To restore eroded beaches and other waterfront properties, cofferdams are the …

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Houghton Lake, MI

Canal Dredging Temporary Dam 1

Location: Houghton Lake, MI Cofferdam Size: 8′ high x 150′ long. Water Depth: 6′ Installation Time: 4.5 hours Project Description: Remove bottom sediment to deepen canal for improved boat access. Cofferdam Dredging The dredging process can be greatly expedited with the use of water-filled cofferdams from Dam-It Dams. By holding back water on the site, …

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