How Dikes, Levees, and Dams Differ

Installation Procedures For Water Filled Cofferdams

Dikes, dams, and levees are all critical players in flood prevention; however, these terms are not interchangeable. While the functions of these structures are similar, their differences are very distinct. Let’s break it down. Dikes Dikes are embankments that hold water on one side to control flooding. They’re mainly used to protect land that would …

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Water Management with Inflatable Cofferdams

Water Management with Inflatable Cofferdams

An inflatable cofferdam is a water-inflated barrier that can be used for many types of water management – water diversion, flood protection and water storage to name but three. The reliable internal structure within an inflatable cofferdam is inflated by water that is usually already available on site to create a barrier that’s sturdy enough …

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What to Consider When Building a Boat Ramp

Boat ramp on lake with autumn trees in the distance.

There are many aspects to the job of constructing a boat ramp that need to be considered. For example, you will need to think about the type and size of the boats that will be launched, the design and construction of the ramp, and any permits that need to be secured. You will also, of …

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Protect Your Business from Flooding with Inflatable Cofferdams

Protect Your Business from Flooding with Inflatable Cofferdams

There seems to have been an increase in the amount of flooding occasions of late, all over the United States. If you feel there is even the slightest chance that your business might be at risk because of flooding, then you need to be prepared. If your business suffers a flood and you haven’t made …

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Hurricane Irma Update

5 months after the initial onslaught of Hurricane Irma and the disastrous effects left in her wake, the consequences to Florida’s citrus crops continues to rear its ugly head. Reports of citrus devastation have been rolling in sad wave after wave.

Prior to Irma, Florida crop was already on the decline thanks to disease corrupting the groves and causing the production of any given crop to go down markedly since as recent as a decade ago.

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