Building Natural Shoreline​s
Custom fabrication of geotextiles for shoreline erosion control
"We will be part of your team to fabricate custom solutions for site specific problems."

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Top filled geo tube rim. 
Using industrial sewing for manageable components saves on material and labor.

Lake Michigan Erosion Solutions

Each 25ft long by 12ft circumference Geo Tube can have up to 75,000 lbs of sand to withstand waves. Yes, even those of Lake Michigan! 

Often a flatter, less filled Geo Tube covers more beach and is intentional in some appliucations. By using a dredge pump for sand these huge sand bags can be filled efficiently and to the full bladdr shape. A trash pump can be used, but being designed primarily to move water and not sand the trash pump is less effective.

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LAKE MICHIGAN SHORELINE EROSION HISTORIC SOLUTION

   Old pilings trap sand. We know this works, you simply can't get a permit to place permanent structures in the shoreline anymore. Now that government agencies have officially recognized the serious problem in Muskegon and the surrounding areas the permit process for our Geotextile Jetties is easily accessible!​​

  
WZZM reported that the DEQ is giving permits in 3 days for $100. Our GeoJetties are removable and thus permits should be easy to get. 
   
Sand Conspiracy:

Resorts in Florida have been given permission for years to build thier beaches. The ARMY Corps is used for this. Basically they build beaches to prepare for Spring Breakers to come and party on. If they can get permits for that, poperty owners and tax paying Americans who want to protect their waterfront should be easy!

Borrow permits allow reconstrustion of beaches and prevent shoreline erosion. There are plenty of articles about return on investment ROI for dredging sand onto a beach. Also, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that a home that has no beach and looks like it may eventually slide into the lake probably won't sell for much.

Hardening a beach off with stone boulders and sand dredge is about $2,500 per Linear foot. So, 100ft of beachfront will cost around $250,000 and comes with no gaurantee from the marine construction companies that this will be a permenant solution. Mother Nature changes too much to give any such promise that this permenant installation will be a permenant solution. 












Our process could be around 20% of that total cost. We also give no gaurantee, but our GeoJetties and Bag concept is an affordable and ever changing process that responds to the ever changing water level and environmental conditions.

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