The Moorings Condominiums Seawall Inspection

Project Type: 
Marine Inspections
Project Description: 
The aftermath of Hurricane IRMA left widespread damage to seawalls throughout Southwest Florida with many suffering total collapse. In the hours prior to the approach of the hurricane, much of the waters in the canals were pulled out into the river and gulf leaving little to no canal water in front of the seawalls. This event along with the already saturated soils behind the walls placed additional pressures on the seawalls not typically seen when the canal waters are present. Seawall failures of all types have been encountered including seawall panel cracking, seawall toe kick-out, cap failure, tie-rod failure, and deadman pullout.
City of Cape Coral
Seawall Inspections
Marine Engineering

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City of Cape Coral Florida - Emergency Structural Inspection Assessments
Blot Engineering, Inc. (BEI) provided emergency Structural Inspection Assessments for the City on several piers, docks and buildings following Hurricane Irma. The Chiquita Lock was also inspected for damage and misalignment issues with the gates.Close coordination took place with the city to prioritize inspections, and to clear and reopen structures to the public once determined safe.
Manufacturing Plant Expansion
Blot Engineering, Inc. (BEI) provided a full range of civil, structural, and consulting engineering services for a 7,200 SF chemical manufacturing plant expansion project. The project included a new 4-story freight elevator connecting the main plant to a new loading dock warehouse.