Pier & Dock Building Services

Innovative Marine Solutions is a luxury pier and dock builder specializing in Galveston Bay, Dickinson Bay, Dickinson Bayou, San Leon, Bacliff, Kemah, Clear Lake Shores, and surrounding areas. Whether you need a space for your personal watercraft or a new 200-slip marina we have the experience and ability to build a dock you will be proud of for years to come.

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Built On Integrity

Build a One of A Kind Custom Dock with Innovative Marine Solutions

When constructing a dock, your material options are almost endless. The pilings, substructure, decking, and fasteners can be customized to meet your specific needs and budget requirements. Our team will be right there, assisting you through the entire pier construction process.

Our Standard Integrity Features Include:

  • Marine Grade Materials – We use 8” and 10” diameter, 2.5 C.C.A. marine grade pressure treated pilings for maximum strength and life expectancy.
  • Maximum StabilityOur pilings are driven for maximum stability and to prevent settling.
  • Wide Selection of Colors & Styles – We offer a wide range of decking colors and selections from brands like Trex and TimberTech (formerly Azek).
  • No Rusting or Lifting – We use only stainless steel screws when attaching the decking to ensure deck boards will not rust or lift.

Your Brand-New Dock Or Pier Is Fully Customizable With Accessories, Options, And Add-Ons Including

  • Ladders
  • Bumpers
  • Cleats
  • Lights
  • Pile wrapping
  • Pile caps
  • Dock step downs
  • Handrail (Cable, P.T.,
  • Composite, and Rope)
  • Slide Moor docking system
  • Fish cleaning tables
  • Dock storage boxes
  • Benches and chairs
  • Dipped and wrapped pilings

Highly experienced

Know Your Marine Lingo

  • Bulkhead – A raised structure (usually made of vinyl, wood, or concrete) built to protect the shore from erosion.

  • Pile – A long slender column (usually made of wood, steel, or composite) driven into the ground to support a vertical load.

  • Whaler – Horizontal supports that are usually 4”x 6”, 4”x 8”, or 6”x 6”.

  • Deadman – An anchor pile usually 6” to 8” in diameter and 8’ to 10’ in length. Or a helical earth anchor 6”, 8”, or 10” based on the engineer’s specifications.

  • Tie Rod – A ¾” galvanized rod used as a connecting member from the piling to the deadman.

  • Cap – Usually wood or composite decking.