Since its inception, Shoreline Pile Driving has been committed to improving the Okanagan’s foreshore. From implementing environmental best practices to investing in green technology, we continue to strive to keep this commitment
Shoreline Pile Driving has spent the last four decades building some of the most notable commercial marinas in the Okanagan valley. From designing to securing permits to building and maintaining commercial docks, we can help make the dock building process as seamless as possible.
We know buying local is one of the best ways to support the Okanagan valley. At Shoreline, we focus on locally manufactured boat lifts, docks and accessories to help enrich the community we’ve lived in and loved for decades.
With unprecedented low water levels in Okanagan Lake, many boat lift owners are running into problems getting their boats into and out of the lake. Here’s what you need to know about the low lake levels and this years’ drought.
If you’re wondering if it’s time to replace your wooden dock, our professional dock builders have put together a list of things to watch for.
There’s no better place to be than on your dock during the hot summer season. If it’s not your favourite place to spend time yet, try adding in some of these popular accessories to truly elevate this years’ lakefront living experience.
Have you been to the Peachland Pier? This stunning structure was built for the community with a simple goal in mind: make it functional and accessible for all. Let’s take a look at the partnership that brought you the Peachland Pier.
We take pride in protecting the foreshores every time we set out to build or repair hydraulic boat lifts and docks. Our commitment to and passion for the Okanagan ecosystem is demonstrated through every job we do.
We love the Okanagan Lake, which is why we take pride in protecting the foreshores every time we set out to build or repair hydraulic boat lifts and docks.