Ed Waters & Sons Contracting Co., Inc.

St. Augustine, Florida

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Navarre Beach Pier

Navarre Beach, FL

Project consisted of the replacement of an existing pier for the Santa Rosa County, FL.  The original pier was destroyed by Hurricanes Ivan in 2004 and Dennis in 2005.  This pier, at 1,545' in length, is the longest pier on the Gulf Coast .  It features a large octagon-shaped deck at the southern end that is a favored spot for fishermen.  It is supported by 24" x 24" prestressed concrete piles and utilizes precast concrete beams.  The deck sits 30' above MLW and utilizes timber decking panels that are designed to disengage in times of heavy surf to minimize damage to the pier during future storms.

 

Jacksonville Beach Pier

Jacksonville Beach, FL

Construction of a new 1,300' ocean pier consisting of prestressed concrete piles, precast concrete caps and post-tensioned concrete beams.  The pier features timber decking panels that disengage from the pier during times of high surf to protect the structure.

 

 

Sebastian Inlet Pier

Sebastian Inlet, FL

Project consisted of the reconstruction of an existing ocean pier.  Work included the construction of a 484 concrete pier utilizing 265, 18x18 prestressed concrete piles with steel H-pile tips driven into rock, a 260 elevated walkway over an existing jetty and the reconstruction of 630 of sidewalk.

 

 

Seaquay Condominium Pier

Vero Beach, FL

Project consisted of the reconstruction of an existing pier for the Seaquay Condominium Association.  The original pier was destroyed by hurricanes in 2004.  The new pier is 355' in length and 11'-6" wide.  It is supported by 14" x 14" prestressed concrete piles and utilizes precast concrete beams and timber decking panels that are designed to disengage in times of heavy surf to minimize stress on the structure.

 

Palatka Boardwalk

Palatka, FL

Construction of a new 1,150' pile-supported timber boardwalk adjacent to the US 17 bridge over the St. Johns River.  The structure includes a 115' span under the highway bridge connecting the north and south legs of the boardwalk.

 

 

Georgia Ports Authority

Bainbridge, GA

Project consisted of the replacement of an existing inland barge terminal.  Work included the demolition of an existing timber pier, the construction of two pile-supported cast-in-place concrete docks and a new breasting dolphin.

 

Owens Corning Pier

Jacksonville, FL

Construction of a new 425' dock consisting of prestressed concrete deck slabs with a concrete topping slab supported by prestressed concrete piles.  The project also included two cast-in-place concrete breasting dolphins with fenders.