EagleLIFT is the leader in developing seawall rehabilitation solutions that are time-efficient, cost-effective, and that ultimately avoid the need for a complete seawall or bulkhead replacement. Seawalls can be compromised in a variety of ways, but the most frequent issue stems from the loss of supporting soils located behind the structure. Base soils are highly susceptible to being washed out by continuous water movement. As a result, voids begin to develop below the surface of the seawall and can lead to further problems such as sinkholes or settlement of the soils.
EagleLIFT’s highly experienced team resolves these specific conditions by employing a high-density structural polyurethane resin injected directly into the compromised voided areas. The polymer material is injected through 1/2-inch steel tubes without excavating the soil or damaging the seawall or bulkhead. Once injected, the polymers aggressively permeate the voids and disperse any present water. The polymer instantly expands, filling the voids, while simultaneously restoring the weight-bearing capacity of the soil and preventing future washout.
- Bulkhead Repair
- Shoreline Foundation Repair
- Seawall Repair
- Dam Repair
- Avoiding Bulkhead Replacement
- Seal Sheet Pile Walls and Joints
- Crane-Way / Driveway Stabilization
- Seawall Void-Fill, Stabilization and Sealing
- Structural Lifting, Leveling and Stabilization
- Environmental Containment and Cut-off Walls
- Seawall Sealing
- Seawall Hole Repair
Achieve Successful Results
The EagleLIFT polyurethane injection technique can help you avoid the high-cost hassle of dealing with coastal marine contractors, bulkhead construction, bulkhead replacement or seawall replacement. Our process is compatible with all types of materials and designs including: wooden bulkheads, metal bulkheads, concrete bulkheads, wooden seawalls, concrete seawalls and metal seawalls. EagleLIFT has been trusted to execute seawall rehabilitations on some of the busiest ports in the United States such as: The Port of Los Angeles, The Port of Seattle, and for the City of Avalon on Catalina Island. Each project was executed with extreme precision and yielded successful results.