The Santa Cruz Boardwalk and Municipal Wharf, located about an hour south of San Francisco, is a popular venue for tourists in Northern California. The Boardwalk has been constructed on top of a wooden structure where 10×10 timbers are the main supports and also utilized as pile caps. A combinations of 2.5 pcf and 0.60 pcf with ACZA / Chemonite® with the addition of Best Management Practices (BMPs), were required in these projects to accommodate environmental concerns. The 10×10 timbers that were installed as square piles were coated with our SG E375-08 Marine Grade Polyurea Barrier System for extra protection to our fragile Aquatic environment.
The Santa Cruz Municipal Wharf is located adjacent to the north section of the boardwalk which is available to vehicles and pedestrians. The wharf substructure is comprised entirely of Douglas Fir Timber Piles treated with 2.5 pcf of ACZA / Chemonite®. These timber piles were coated with our SG E375-08 Marine Grade Polyurea Barrier System for extra protection. The piles caps and stringers were treated to 0.60 pcf with ACZA / Chemonite®.