MUSCLE WALL

Manage stormwater safely & effectively

"We were able to set up 200 feet of barriers with three people in less than 45 minutes."

- Larry Bowler • Operation Manager of Sandy City Utilities

THE DILEMMA OF COASTAL EROSION

Coastal erosion is an ever-increasing dilemma that threatens valuable structures and assets along beaches. FEMA estimates that erosion will consume 3 to 4 feet of beach-front every year. Coastal-commissions have difficult jobs in deciding how to best protect natural oceanic ecosystems, while also considering tourism and the properties that are at risk of being damaged by coastal erosion.

SANDBAGS ARE NOT THE ANSWER

Most coastal-commissions restrict home and business owners from building permanent seawalls to protect their private properties. During predicted storm surges, the use of temporary protection is sometimes permitted. Historically, such protection products used have been large and small sandbags, as well as gabion-baskets filled with sand or rocks. These methods are indeed temporary, but clutter beaches and are extremely unsightly, as the bags are often left to rot.

PROTECT THE COAST WITH MUSCLE WALL

Muscle Wall recognizes the issues associated with coastal erosion and the current methods used to combat these issues. As a result we have developed a system and deployment procedures that enables Muscle Wall to be the solution of choice for managing coastal erosion. Muscle Wall now meets or exceeds the following:

  • Effective at protecting properties from coastal erosion
  • Can be deployed and taken down quickly, without the use of heavy equipment
  • Safe for marine life, people, and environment
  • Reusable
  • Extremely durable in harsh coastal environments
  • Cost-effective
  • Aesthetically pleasing and blends well with beach environments

"Since our first introduction to Muscle Wall, we realized that you had brought the state of the art to an entirely new level."

William G. Darsie Kjeldsen, Sinnock & Neudeck, Inc.

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MUSCLE WALL

Protect the coast with Muscle Wall

"We were able to set up 200 feet of barriers with three people in less than 45 minutes."

- Larry Bowler • Operation Manager of Sandy City Utilities

"Since our first introduction to Muscle Wall, we realized that you had brought the state of the art to an entirely new level."

William G. Darsie Kjeldsen, Sinnock & Neudeck, Inc.

MUSCLE WALL

Protect the coast with Muscle Wall

"We were able to set up 200 feet of barriers with three people in less than 45 minutes."

- Larry Bowler • Operation Manager of Sandy City Utilities

THE DILEMMA OF COASTAL EROSION

Coastal erosion is an ever-increasing dilemma that threatens valuable structures and assets along beaches. FEMA estimates that erosion will consume 3 to 4 feet of beach-front every year. Coastal-commissions have difficult jobs in deciding how to best protect natural oceanic ecosystems, while also considering tourism and the properties that are at risk of being damaged by coastal erosion.

SANDBAGS ARE NOT THE ANSWER

Most coastal-commissions restrict home and business owners from building permanent seawalls to protect their private properties. During predicted storm surges, the use of temporary protection is sometimes permitted. Historically, such protection products used have been large and small sandbags, as well as gabion-baskets filled with sand or rocks. These methods are indeed temporary, but clutter beaches and are extremely unsightly, as the bags are often left to rot.

PROTECT THE COAST WITH MUSCLE WALL

Muscle Wall recognizes the issues associated with coastal erosion and the current methods used to combat these issues. As a result we have developed a system and deployment procedures that enables Muscle Wall to be the solution of choice for managing coastal erosion. Muscle Wall now meets or exceeds the following:

  • Effective at protecting properties from coastal erosion
  • Can be deployed and taken down quickly, without the use of heavy equipment
  • Safe for marine line, people, and environment
  • Reusable
  • Extremely durable in harsh coastal environments
  • Cost-effective
  • Aesthetically pleasing and blends well with beach environments

"Since our first introduction to Muscle Wall, we realized that you had brought the state of the art to an entirely new level."

William G. Darsie Kjeldsen, Sinnock & Neudeck, Inc.

Request a phone call from someone on the team

Request a phone call from someone on the team