Constructing Luxury Docks Along the Tennessee River
The Tennessee River is one of Knoxville’s most prized features. Boasting beautiful lakes and reservoirs, there’s a reason why so many homeowners call the Tennessee River “home.” Your waterfront property isn’t complete without a dock, boat, and PWC, and that’s where we come in. Knoxville Barge is a custom dock builder in Knoxville, TN that builds luxurious custom docks and piers along the entire Tennessee River. From Fort Loudoun to Lenoir City and all of the waterfront communities in between, give our team a call when you need a trusted marine contractor in the Knoxville area. Never ask “where can I find a custom dock builder near me?” again!
Call us at 865-588-0537 or contact us online to request a free estimate for dock repairs in Knoxville, Fort Loudoun Lake, or Lenoir City.
Our Custom Dock Design-Build Process in the Knoxville Area
Whether you’re looking to restore your old, damaged dock or just bought a waterfront property on Fort Loudoun Lake, you need a Knoxville custom dock builder with a rich history marine construction history, including custom dock building, pier construction, dredging, and shoreline stabilization.
When you call Knoxville Barge, you’ll be treated like family from throughout your entire project. You only work with one project manager and will never be passed from one salesperson to another – that’s our promise to you. Our dock building process includes:
- Scheduling a FREE CONSULTATION – We perform free, on-site consultations for all new docks. Our project managers will meet with you to learn your needs and wants as well as inspect your property’s shoreline.
- Designing your dock – Our architects will design your custom dock to give you the dock of your dreams. Double slips and triple slips, boat lifts, sundecks, and PWC lifts, we do it all!
- Building your dock – Our team of marine contractors will construct your dock and keep your project on-time and on-budget.
- Shoreline stabilization – Depending if your property is lakefront or along the Tennessee River, our team may install rip rap to protect your shoreline from erosion, changing water levels, and strong currents.
Types of Docks Our Knoxville Dock Builders Construct
Why Call Knoxville Barge?
First, we take a hands on approach and maintain a one-on-one relationship with our clients throughout every project. As Knoxville’s custom dock builder of choice, we understand that our dock building process is different that of our competitors who often have separate sales managers, estimators, and project managers. Because of this close-knit relationship with each and every client, you’ll work with one Knoxville Barge representative through every phase of your project, start to finish.
Over the years we’ve learned that the only way to guarantee high quality workmanship is by doing the work ourselves. Our business is relationship-driven, and we enjoy the process of performing the work – no day laborers or subcontractors – to ensure you are completely satisfied with the outcome of your new custom dock or pier.
Our experienced crews specializes in site excavation, concrete foundation, concrete tilt-up panels, steel erection (pre-engineered and conventional), roofing, sheet metal, and carpentry.
Request a Free On-Site Consultation for a Custom Dock
Not sure what you want or need? Call us or request a free on-site consultation for your dock construction, boat lift installation, or shoreline stabilization project!
Knoxville Barge builds custom docks and boat lifts along the Tennessee River, including: Choto Marina, Concord, Fort Loudoun Lake, Friendsville, Knoxville, Lenoir City, Louisville, Morganton, West Knoxville, Tellico Lake, Wooded Acres, and more.
Waterfront Communities: Bayou Bend, Breakers at Riversound, CityView at Riverwalk, Conkinnon Pointe, Jackson Bend, Jefferson Park, Lakemoor Hills, Lakeshore Meadows, Lashbrooke, Logans Landing, Lowe’s Ferry, Mallard Bay, Mariners Pointe, Montgomery Cove, Northshore Cove, Point Harbour, Rivendell, River Club, Rivergate Estates, Riversound, Sequoyah Hills, Stoney Point Farm, Tennessee River, The Anchorage, The Summit at Choto, Tellico Lake, Westland Lakes, Windriver, and more.