We love the Texas coast, so we want to make it easy and affordable for families to enjoy it too
West Point, Virginia (PRWEB) January 10, 2012
A special kind of coast can only be tamed by special kinds of Texas boat dock builders — Waterfront Construction and Design. The Texas master dock builders at the long-time Texas boat dock construction company are now proud to be offering their services to communities along the Lone Star State’s Gulf Coast, including dock, pier, bulkheads, staircase and Texas shoreline stabilization projects.
“We love the Texas coast, so we want to make it easy and affordable for families to enjoy it too,” says Joe Appel, Waterfront Construction and Design co-owner. “Beyond just the fun they’ll have, our projects can also enhance property values and safeguard sensitive ecological zones, which preserves the property for the families' future generations as well.”
The Texas Gulf coast is one of the most ecologically-rich and subtly beautiful stretches of shoreline anywhere in the world. Head down to any of the Lone Star State’s ten barrier islands to see what's unique about them: On one side lies the Gulf of Mexico: relentless and alive. On the other side lie the bays, estuaries and salt-water flats: placid, dotted with salt grasses and sand bars, teeming with migratory birds, and home to some of the world’s most unique saltwater fishing.
Waterfront Construction and Design understands the unique demands and challenges of building docks and piers for homes in either environment. And this allows the company to serve communities up and own the Texas coast, including:
- Port Arkansas
- Corpus Cristi
- Port Lavaca
- Padre Island
- And more...
To learn more about the company’s projects and capabilities, contact the company at 804-815-8227 (Virginia) or 713-396-2531 (Texas) or head over to the company’s sparkling new website at http://www.waterfrontconstructionanddesign.com.
About Waterfront Construction and Design: Headquartered in West Point, Virginia, the company has been proud to design and construct hundreds of docks, seawalls, piers, bulkheads, staircases, and shoreline reclamation projects across Texas and Virginia since 2005.