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Ebsary Foundation Company

For over 90 years, Ebsary Foundation Company has installed the foundation for some of the most memorable and important construction projects in the State of Florida and across the Caribbean. Since our inception, in 1922, the Company has been a family owned and operated business with a deep-rooted belief in family values for four generations. The Ebsary Foundation Team is committed to our key principles of character, excellence, hard work and integrity, which has allowed us to become pioneers in innovative foundation systems.

Headquartered along the Miami River, Ebsary maintains the unique ability to allow for convenient access for our top-of-the-line marine equipment in all Florida Waterways, while still capable of performing all forms of land based foundation construction.

We specialize in innovative foundation and heavy land and marine construction services; which include, Augered Cast-in-Place Foundation Piling, Steel Sheet Piling and Support of Excavation, Design and Construction of Cofferdams, Tremie Seal placement, Noise Barrier Walls, Driven Concrete, Steel and Timber Piling, Seawalls and Bulkheads, Mooring Dolphins and Fender Systems, Docks and Marinas, Bridge Construction and Dredging

Some of our more prominent historical projects include the Original City of Miami Docks located at Bayfront Park, the bulkhead around Dinner Key for Pan American Airways (now City of Miami City Hall), the Broad Causeway Bridge, the Original Bulkheads and Foundations at the Port of Miami & Port Everglades, the Original 836/Palmetto Interchange Bridges and the foundation for Miami-Dade County’s Metromover.

Recently completed Notable projects include the Orange Line Metrorail Extension project, MIA’s Automated People Mover System, the Miami Circle Seawall, Key West’s Navy Pedestrian Bridge, Louisiana’s Westwego Hurricane Protection Project, I-595 Expressway Widening Project, City of Miami Large Vessel Mooring Facility, Port Everglades Berth 33 Improvements and countless Noise Barrier Walls along many of Florida’s Highways.