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Dock Builders

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We have a small harbor at our home on Rainy that has a permament dock built on cement pillars. Was wondering if any one has any recomendations of who to contact about expanding the dock or building another.

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Carl Brown, He does good work. I am not sure if he is booked up for the summer though.

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pz

You can also try Walt Whitbeck at 286-5730. He incorporates several techniques to minimize damage during high water years.

He gets his best results by building them in the winter.

Berng

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Call Gary Durbin, 807-274-7486, GD Construction. He builds a great dock.

Regards,

Wayne

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Thanks for the input everyone

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HEY PZ,

YOU DIDN'T MENTION IF ITS IN CANADIAN WATERS, IF SO YOU ARE REQUIRED TO USE CANADIAN LABOR.

SINCERELY,

FISHMEISTER

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Sorry,

It is on the U.S. side on the same point as Rainy Lake Marina

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