Marine & Environmental Services
ATL Diversified Industries is well versed in waterway management and marine construction, with services as listed below:
ATL installs a wide range of shoreline and canal bank stabilization systems, including rip-rap, gabions, sheet pile, turf reinforcement mats, and geotextile systems. We are also experienced in the installation of high performance turf reinforcement mats, such as Pyramat, featuring new technology rendering them stronger than traditional turf reinforcement mats. All systems are installed using experienced certified divers and specialized equipment.
Additional services include:
- Canal Dredging Operations
- Canal Bank Stabilization
- Sea Wall Construction
- Waterway Debris Removal, Recycling & Disposal
- Culvert Cleaning
- Embankment Restoration
- Beach Restoration
ATL Diversified Industries is committed to environmental mitigation in the execution of all of our projects, especially the protection of Florida’s wetlands, native vegetation, and wildlife. ATL’s project managers have experience in structure decommissioning and decontamination, site baseline data collection, asbestos monitoring, seismic monitoring, turbidity monitoring, as well as protection measures for native animal and plant wildlife. We also work with a team of experienced companies for air and water decontamination, soil remediation, mold and asbestos remediation, transportation and disposal of hazardous and biohazardous waste. We have successfully completed multiple environmentally sensitive projects for entities such as the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, the Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands (EEL) Program, the South Florida Water Management District, the Indian River Mosquito Control District, and the City of Port St. Lucie.
ATL embraces the building deconstruction method, which reduces the amount of material going to landfills. With proper planning, this approach can result in landfill diversion rates that exceed 90% of an entire building and its contents while accommodating stringent project timelines. With the rising costs of landfills, this method is often more economical than traditional demolition, and contributes to a healthier environment.
ATL is also committed to recycling. Our DEP-permitted wood and yard waste facility in Lake Worth, Florida has the capacity to process 4,000 cubic yards of collected debris per hour. All debris is sorted and processed, and approximately 99% is recycled.
We also can provide a wide array of special environmental services, through our industry partnerships.