ALUMINUM INSPIRATION

With over forty years as a dock builder, GatorDock has earned a trusted reputation of delivering high performance, cost effective marine access structures from coast to coast. Gator's team of knowledgeable project managers, design engineers, and AWS certified craftsmen are dedicated to building the longest lasting docks, piers, and gangways specific to your project's needs and location.

Browse our site to learn more about our aluminum dock and gangways. We have perfected the designs of our floating and fixed dock systems over our four decades as a premium dock builder. See what makes the Gator difference by interacting with our designs in our Anatomy section, or download CAD files, drawings and specifications in our Engineering Resources section.

Why Build with Aluminum?

Each of our dock designs are built using marine grade aluminum – a material devised specifically to stand up to harsh saltwater environments and the demanding durability needs of high traffic waterfronts. Gator has over 7000 aluminum structures installed across the globe that prove the long life cycle and toughness of our material and dock designs.

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FROM THE GATOR TALES BLOG

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November 19, 2014

Cape Marina: proof of the longevity of Gator docks

In Port Canaveral, Florida, just across from where Disney Cruise Line ships depart, is the area’s largest marina for boaters. Cape Marina offers 90 slips for boats from 15 feet to over 140 feet, along with a store, fueling, dry storage, and repair services. When Mike Legge began working at Cape Marina 35 years ago, […]

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November 11, 2014

How Much Does a Dock Cost? Part III: Size

Size is the last topic in our three-blog series to answer the question, “How much does a dock cost?”’  In two previous blog posts, we discussed decking and design as cost components.   Size considerations for your project Cost is not the only thing affected as the size of your dock section increases or decreases. […]

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October 23, 2014

Caution! There’s a Huge Gator Backstage!

This is the last in a series of three posts about Gator’s work with amusement parks. Each post features stories from Jon Fleischman, general manager and part owner of GatorDock.  In case you missed them, here are Part 1 (“Orlando: A Gator Haven!”) and Part 2 (“Yep, That Was a Gator You Walked On!”) For […]

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