Turks & Caicos Islands.
Salacia House, a beach front property in the Turks and Caicos Islands, required a revetment to reduce coastal erosion, while creating a day and night boardwalk experience, sun deck and enhanced beach access.
Our unobtrusive, beautifully landscaped solution, makes a refreshing waterside feature which is both sophisticated and durable.
it features the warmth of a multi-level boardwalk and recreational deck concealing a large cast in situ concrete retaining wall. Foundations for the wall were dug into the underlying limestone way below mean sea level and then protected by an imported basalt boulder revetment, to dissipate wave energy and eliminate wave scour.
Access to the beach below is via a custom aluminium and stainless steel staircase which takes you over the boulder revetment and down to the sand below.