Shoreline Pile Driving has been working with Environment Canada on The Okanagan Water Supply & Demand Project. The project includes the installation of 5 large yellow scientific buoys, 10ft by 6ft wide. The buoys were installed on Okanagan Lake to monitor lake evaporation for the next three years. During July 2011 three initial buoys were installed, and in 2012 Shoreline installed two additional buoys.
- Pixie Beach, North of Okanagan Safe Habour
- Westbank Yacht Club, Central Location
- Crescent Beach, North of Summerland
- Ellison Point in Vernon
- Squally Point off of Antler Beach, South of Peachland
Shoreline Pile Driving assisted in installation of the buoys, providing equipment, and support for repairs, including technical assistance.
Manteo Beach Resort
Manteo Resort was constructed by Shoreline Pile Driving in 2014. The dock structure accommodates 100+ boats, with the option of full service slip rentals.
The dock structure was decked with the environmentally friendly decking material known as #ThruFLow. “ThruFlows interlocking decking system is the best dock decking panel due to its water resistance, anti slip surface and grated design. ThruFlow decking will protect any dock from the up lifting wave and storm surge effects. The grated design also makes ThruFlow the environmentally friendly choice because it allows sunlight to penetrate the surface allowing S.A.V to grow.” – ThruFlow
Please visit www.thruflow.com/applications.docks to learn more about the decking material.
Shoreline Pile Driving is a proud sponsor of the Peachland Pier project. We are very excited to execute the pile driving and construction of the pier. With goals of building a wheelchair and elderly accessible destination for all, the final product will bring the community closer to the water. The Peachland Lions, Peachland Rotary, Peachland Sportsmen’s Association, and District of Peachland are the amazing organizers of this project. The Peachland Pier will be a unique addition to Okanagan Lake.
Eldorado Marina & Boardwalk
Kelowna’s Most Desirable Luxury Lakefront Resort with Unparalleled Views.
This dock is built to last, constructed with steel piles, concrete, ThruFlow light penetrating deck panels, and Douglas Fir fasica. The Marina has daily and weekly moorage for all in-house guests and a full service marina outlet offering fuel, snacks and any safety gear you may need for a day on the water. All slips are equipped with boat lifts keeping your vessel protected and out of the water when not in use.
Paradise Estates is a private community featuring 21 luxury homes-built steps from the shore of Lake Okanagan. The dock structure is beautifully constructed with steel piles, timber frame & Moisture Shield composite decking. The structure consists of 22 boat slips, accommodating boatlifts up to 27,000 lbs. All slips are designed to surround each boat lift providing ultimate accessibility & boat protection.
Kelowna Yacht Club
What is now home to over 1,000 boat slips began back in 1979 when Robert Graves, the Federal Government Coast Guard engineered the first floating breakwater for the Kelowna Yacht Club. From there, Shoreline stepped in and built the entire marina over the years. The floating dock system incorporates everything from mains, sub-mains and fingers.
The Kelowna Yacht Club marina has been created using a variety of different construction materials, including: Moisture Shield composite decking, Large Douglas Fir timber, Concrete floating fingers, and Polystyrene-filled floatation tanks.
If you look close enough, you can see that many of the original components are still there. We’re proud of this as it goes to show that our handiwork withstands all weather systems and require minimal maintenance. It also validates all the time we spent researching and planning to make sure the marina performs as it should year after year.