The State Journal, a business newspaper based in Charleston, West Virginia, recently published an article about American Muscle Docks and the recent 500+ foot dock build that is being installed at Haddad Riverfront Park in Charleston, WV. Below is a clip from the paper followed by a link to The State Journal's online article post.

"American Muscle, the company fabricating the custom piling caps and flashing for the new floating dock at Haddad Riverfront Park in Charleston, is hoping its work will be a game-changer for the industry and their business.

Brooke County-based American Muscle is banking that the high-profile project will be just what it needs to create buzz about the company.

"Jobs like this one, you take advantage of them to the fullest," American Muscle's Luke Diserio said. "The spotlight will be on it, it's huge for us."

American Muscle fabricated the 500-foot dock that will be installed at the park, shipping it in sections to Charleston where it will be assembled by Amherst Madison.

Piling caps and flashing weren't part of the original deal, but they were added on after Diserio was able to show the powers-that-be what his company had designed for Staffileno's on the River in Wellsburg, where American Muscle's custom piling caps, custom flashing and LED lights created a one-of-a-kind floating boat dock.

The state agreed to buy 13 piling caps for the Haddad project from American Muscle. Diserio is donating the metal flashing, "because we wanted to show our best work for such a prime location..." 


The State Journal AMD Article

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