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ACCUDOCK® FLOATING DOCK OF THE MONTH 2011

Please find below the AccuDock® “Dock of the Month” from 2011. Contact Us for more information on these and any other floating dock from Accudock

December 2011 Miami Beach, FL
Row Miami Beach

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AccuDock™ recently worked with Row Miami Beach on a 220’ rowing dock. Their state of the art rowing facility and new rowing dock is located on a prime Miami Beach waterway with high boat traffic creating heavy wake at times. Hinge pins were installed every few sections to allow for free flow movement when rough conditions were present.
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November, 2011 Oakville, CA
SPG Solar/ Far Niente Winery

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SPG Solar contacted AccuDock™ for a portable floating walkway to access a floating assembly of solar panels. The solar panels were generating electricity for a wine vineyard in Oakville, CA. The vineyard and sister winery wanted to preserve as much vineyard property as possible, so SPG Solar came up with the floating structure utilizing the vineyard’s water reservoir. AccuDock™ was happy to provide our part to this
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October, 2011 Winfield, WV
American Electric Power

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At a water treatment facility in West Virginia, maintenance teams needed to access a trough with a 45 degree angle. AccuDock™ built an angled float section to run alongside the trough, along with a "bridge-like" system that allows the entire dock to not sit on the lake bed when the pond is drained for servicing.
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September, 2011Tuscaloosa, AL
University of Alabama

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When the University of Alabama needed to replace their wooden rowing dock, they contacted AccuDock™ to assist them with the perfect solution. The river they row on has extreme tidal fluctuations during spring tides and required a 30’ gangway with two 30’ control arms that would address their water level concerns.
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