Washington State Floating Dock Project

We sold this truss dock system to Curtis in Washington. His company, LTJ Builders Inc., were given the job of replacing a rotted out wood dock on a lake in the state of Washington. The dock system comprised of two 8×16’ truss docks (bolted together into a 16×16’), one 4×12’ walkway and one heavy-duty swim ladder. The system used a total of 24 barrels and opened up 256 square feet of dock space.

Curtis put together the kits at his home before launching them into the water and towing them over to the final location. He bolted the docks together on the water and anchored it to the shore using the 4×12’ walkway and two chains. Curtis didn’t fill out a survey for us but he did put together some great pictures and videos to show the entire assembly process:
Old Floating Dock Needs Replacement

Old Floating Dock Needs Replacement

Barrels for Dock Flotation

Barrels for Dock Flotation

Truss Dock Bracing

Truss Dock Bracing

Walkway Ramp connection

Walkway Ramp connection

Trimming the Composite Decking

Trimming the Composite Decking

8x16 Floating Dock Sections

8×16 Floating Dock Sections

Barrels Fully Secured

Barrels Fully Secured

Connector Kit for Dock Sections

Connector Kit for Dock Sections

Towing the Floating Dock to Install Site

Towing the Floating Dock to Install Site

Floating Dock & Walkway Ramp Overhead

Floating Dock & Walkway Ramp Overhead

Side View of Walkway and Floating Dock

Side View of Walkway and Floating Dock

New Floating Dock System

New Floating Dock System