NETCO Construction Project Managers completed a large wetland replication project for the Town of Weymouth, Massachusetts.
Coastal Bank Stabilization
Several properties in the Jerusalem Beach area had been experiencing extensive erosion to the point where foundations of the homes were becoming exposed.
Salt Marsh Dune Stabilization
The coastal bank along Byway Road at Allin’s Cove salt marsh has been experiencing a rapid rate of erosion over the last few years.
Barrier Beach Dune Reconstruction
Plum Island is a barrier beach island north of Boston near the New Hampshire border. It was first settled in the 1700's and over the centuries has become a densely populated community with a year around population.
Shoreline/Coastal Bank Protection
Many shoreline communities are moving away from the use of rock revetment structures as a solution for controlling beach erosion. The reasons are many but generally focus on the fact that it appears that rock revetments accelerate beach erosion...
Sand Drift Fencing Using Snow Fence
One of the most inexpensive but effective alternatives for rebuilding or “re-nourishing” a dune or beach that has eroded, is the use of sand drift fencing. Over the last 6-7 years NETCO has been maintaining several thousand feet of sand drift fencing for private clients on Charlestown Beach in Rhode Island and many other locations.