seaside seawall iconWood Retaining Wall Constructed Entirely By Hand #ThrowbackThursday

October 22nd, 2015
wood retaining wall on belleville lake

Today we’re going to take a look at a retaining wall construction job we did for a property on Belleville Lake, in Belleville, MI. Located in Wayne County, Belleville Lake is a man-made lake about 2 square miles in size. It was created in 1925 by the Eastern Michigan Edison Company, who made it by damming the Huron River. Fun Fact: While the lake is used primarily for fishing and boating, the dam itself has a limited number of certain species of fish, and has completely eliminated a mussel fishery that produced mother of pearl to make buttons in the early 1900s.   No Machines? No Problem! We Built This Wall With Our Hands This was an interesting job for two reasons: 1) it was on a pretty severe slope (as you can see from the pictures), and 2) due to this slope, we had absolutely NO machine access! That’s Read the full article…


seaside seawall iconThrowback Thursday: A Dual Seawall Construction Job on Coon Lake in Howell, Michigan

October 15th, 2015
throwing it back to a job on coon lake in howell mi

Consistent with the theme for our Throwback Thursday series, today we are going to take a look at a previous seawall construction job on Coon Lake. Coon Lake is an all-sports private lake located in Howell, Michigan. It is approximately 106 acres in size with a maximum depth of 50 feet. A popular destination for fishermen and women alike, Coon Lake offers a variety of fish such as bluegill, sunfish, warmouth, perch, crappie, carp, northern pike, and largemouth bass to name a few. With a plethora of fish species in this lake, those who enjoy fishing are very likely to get a good catch here! Throwing it Back to Our “Dual” Seawall Construction Project This job was pretty unique, due to the fact that it was kind of a “dual” seawall construction project. What we mean by this is that we actually constructed two different types of seawall for this Read the full article…


seaside seawall iconThrowback Thursday: Steel Seawall Construction on Union Lake for Former Detroit Lion!

July 23rd, 2015
throwback to a previous seawall construction on union lake

Welcome back to another installation of Throwback Thursday! Today, we’re going to revisit a job that we’re pretty proud of – a brand new black steel seawall built on Union Lake in West Bloomfield, MI. This job is even cooler because of the fact that we built it for a local celebrity! That’s right, folks – the Seaside Seawalls team constructed this beautiful steel seawall for a former Detroit Lion! For privacy reasons, we obviously cannot disclose the name of this player, however, we can tell you that he did play for the Detroit Lions for over a decade! West Bloomfield: Home to the Gorgeous and Plentiful Union Lake Anyway, back to business. As previously mentioned, this seawall was constructed on the gorgeous Union Lake, which is located in Oakland County in the northwest corner of West Bloomfield. Union Lake is home to several fish species, including black crappie, bluegill, Read the full article…


seaside seawall iconSeaside Seawalls Joins the Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce

May 14th, 2015
Seaside Seawalls Joins Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce

Big news at Seaside Seawalls this week! We are both excited and proud to announce that we are one of the newest members of the Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce! Located in the heart of the quaint, yet beautiful City of Brighton, The Chamber has members all across the lower half of Michigan. Additionally, the Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce has two separate Chambers within it: the Pinckney, Putnam, Hamburg, Hell Chamber of Commerce, and the Whitmore Lake Chamber of Commerce. Since these two Chambers fall under the umbrella of the Brighton Chamber, they are able to enjoy the same benefits as local members. With the 3 core standards of value, integrity, and leadership as the principles guiding their vision, the Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce aims to promote opportunities for local businesses by fostering a successful business community. How does this benefit us? Apart from the Read the full article…