Tag Archives: Bellingham Marine

HDPE Pile Sleeves can Add to the Longevity of your Floating Dock Marina

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The quest to find longer lasting, lower maintenance building materials is endless, especially in the marina industry where salty seas, ice, extended exposure to sun, and relentless wave action are strong contenders in the battle of man versus nature.  Constant … Continue reading

Telescoping Pile: an innovation in marina dock design

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Use of telescoping pile in floating concrete marina design was first conceived by Bellingham Marine in 2006 during the design of a 150 meter long floating wave attenuator for the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron at Kirribilli near Sydney, Australia. Since … Continue reading

Floating Platform Creates New Revenue Stream

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One of the business strategies of a successful marina operator is that they look for and find opportunities where others see nothing.  By approaching the design and operation of their facility with an eye for solutions that capitalize on site-specific … Continue reading

Maximize the Value of your Marina Project

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Marina construction projects are a costly endeavor, and at the end of the day all marina owners and developers want the same thing – they want to know they’ve received the best value for their money.  They want a marina … Continue reading

Understanding the Decking Options for your Timber Dock

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Although numerous alternatives have become available since the early twentieth century when timber docks dominated the market, they remain a preferred choice for some, especially along certain seaboards.  For some the natural warmth and aesthetic qualities of timber along with … Continue reading

A Rebuild can Offer an Opportunity to Reconfigure your Marina

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North Harbour, a city owned marina in Powell River, British Columbia, Canada recently completed a rebuild and reconfiguration project that effectively increased the marina’s moorage space by 19% from 7,943 feet of chargeable moorage space to 9,500 feet.  The goal … Continue reading