"The staff of Creative Pultrusions was able to stay ahead of us, even as our production increased beyond the original projected commitments. CP was always accessible and provided clear and accurate information. I'd consider them one of the best material suppliers that I have ever been involved with in my career."
The Long Beach Boardwalk was severely damaged in October of 2012 during Hurricane Sandy. The severity of the damage forced the 2.5 mile boardwalk to be replaced. Creative Pultrusions, Inc. (CPI) was selected by Grace Industries the Prime Contractor and Peter Scalamandre & Sons, the pile driving sub-contractor, to supply over 6,600 pieces of SuperLoc® 1580 sheet pile in 20’ lengths. The sheet pile was used as a retaining wall to help protect the boardwalk from future devastating storms. CPI had to meet a very tight schedule, to keep contractors on pace since the seawall was the first part of the project. CPI shipped the 1st of 23 truckloads in early May 2013 and completed shipment by the end of July.
CPI was also contracted to supply 16 composite SUPERPILES, 60’ in length for the project. The piles were installed to support new concrete support bents.
The engineer chose SuperLoc® and SUPERPILE® because of its long life, low maintenance and friendliness to the environment.