Government Agencies

Government Agency Docks
Keep Staff and Visitors Safe on the Water
Prioritize safety and durability with our versatile dock solutions for government agencies. Our FWM Aluminum Docks — rolling, floating, and stationary — and our plastic floating EZ Dock systems have dozens of applications. When public safety is your top priority, you want a dock solution that’s up to the job.
FWM Docks:
  • Lightweight aluminum
  • Variety of decking surfaces
  • Customizable layouts
  • Easy installation, removal, and maintenance
  • Commercial flotation capacity (1,515–2,364 lbs.)
EZ Docks:
  • Durable polyethylene plastic
  • Rugged enough for year-round installation
  • Easy maintenance
  • Commercial flotation capacity (1,000–4,000 lbs.)
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Government Dock Applications
From public recreation facilities and emergency response teams to law enforcement training and the National Park Service, our docks serve a wide variety of purposes for all types of government agencies.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What’s the weight capacity of a commercial floating dock?

Our FWM Aluminum Docks can support 1,515–2,364 lbs., while the plastic EZ Docks can support 1,000–4,000 lbs.

Q: Can I leave a floating dock in the water year-round?

If your region experiences freezing temperatures in the winter, you may need to make a plan to remove your floating dock seasonally. Aluminum floating docks should not be left in the water during the winter, as ice can damage their infrastructure. EZ Docks, however, can be left in the water year-round. Though the polyethylene product itself is safe in the ice, it’s best to consult a dock specialist to discuss any site-specific variables that could increase the risk of damage.

Q: Are floating docks safe for commercial use?

Floating docks are safe for use in relatively calm bodies of water, i.e., those with waves no higher than 3 feet. With a 13’ freeboard and commercial-grade flotation drums, both FWM Aluminum Floating Docks and plastic EZ Docks provide safe, stable platforms for docking, swimming, relaxing, and more. Both materials are suited for saltwater, but be aware that aluminum will oxidize over time and may require buffing with a Scotch Brite pad.

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