How The Cofferdam Process Works
How a Cofferdam Works: A cofferdam is a temporary enclosure in or around a body of water that is constructed to allow the 3-D’s of construction work- dewatering, diversion, and damming of an enclosed area. The primary purpose of a cofferdam is to create a dry environment for a project to proceed. Previous damming possibilities included the construction of an unsightly wall or the constant monitored sandbags, both of which have proven to be flawed in their own ways. With Dam-It Dams inflatable water barriers,
After doing all the research on service providers and possible cofferdam options, you’ve found our strong geo-textile material cofferdams. Here’s how installation works:
Step 1: The rolled-up dam that meets your specifications is delivered to your job site.
Step 2: The Dam is lifted from the trailer and placed at the shoreline