Landshore® Enterprises, LLC, is committed to the process of shoreline restoration and proper shoreline erosion control with successful results of all completed projects. Our long-term objective is to provide clients with shoreline erosion solutions available. As a shoreline restoration company, we rely a great deal on our Engineering Department to analyze erosion problems and select the appropriate erosion control products.
Our engineering is responsible for the integrity of the design-build shoreline repair project to control and protect the shoreline from future erosion problems through:
In addition, we obtain all necessary permits and endeavor to make the project sustainable based on the analysis of soil erosion and compiled engineering calculations. Detailed soil testing and analysis are part of the engineering technology that our erosion control engineers deploy in determining the appropriate erosion engineering solutions.
Furthermore, shoreline engineering services greatly reduces the risks and liability to you by ensuring that the precise amount of materials and labor hours to perform the job are determined before the project begins. The overall investment reflects in the pricing as stated in your design-build proposal. This approach allows our clients to be able to compare estimates from other contractors based on accurately written line items.
By using our environmental engineering services, properties are protected by the engineering industry’s acceptable minimum standards to ensure that the performed work will not result in deficiencies. We consider all erosion protection systems and erosion protection methods to ensure success.
Landshore’s® construction design and stated warranty are backed by hydrologic/hydraulic analysis as approved by FEMA’s risk assessment methodology. All our projects receive approval from Federal, State, County, City and any other government agencies having jurisdiction.
In addition to our engineers, many of our employees are licensed Florida Erosion and Sediment Control Inspectors by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. This allows us to assess what causes erosion and types of erosion via Stormwater Inspection and Technical Report.
STATE OF FLORIDA, BOARD OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS, LICENSE NUMBER: CA33257