Home

https://reefinnovations.com/

Reef Innovations is the Worldwide Contractor for Reef Balls.

We do much more than build Reef Balls.  This site highlights our products, services and resources. We can provide a few Reef Balls to homeowners, or full scale turn key operations for government agencies or non-governmental organizations.

  • We build large projects on site. However we have a facility in Sarasota, Florida, where you can pick up small orders.
  • We can mobilize a crew and materials for operations at your location.
  • Over 23 years of experience on projects that range from remote islands to metropolitan areas.
  • We pride ourselves in using local labor and materials that provide an economic stimulus and community ownership for your project.

Contact us early in the planning of your project for support or for a quote.


It started with a goal: Coral Reef Restoration

RB_SelatBesar


Then Essential Fish Habitats


Start your living shoreline with Oyster Balls in 1.5 ft. of water.
Start your living shoreline with Oyster Balls in 1.5 ft. of water.

The answer to breakwaters and sand accretion starts with the Smart Reef, 4 Goliath Balls attached with an articulating mat deployed as a unit.
The answer to breakwaters and sand accretion starts with the Smart Reef, 4 Goliath Balls attached with an articulating mat deployed as a unit.

Module on land


Feed from Reef Innovations on Facebook

1 week ago
The Nature Conservancy in Rhode Island

Very Nice

First artificial reef in the Providence River! Putting the sign up makes it official. Thanks Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association!

1 week ago
No Shoes Reefs

Today, No Shoes Reefs continues to bring you 100% #Recycled Cothing and now Ball Caps from Deep Apparel and now we add our #Recycled Flag from RePatriot Flag! So whether you are WEARING or WAVING you are bringing awareness to and supporting #onereefatime! Click our website link and then DEEP for apparel and REPATRIOT for flags

1 week ago
No Shoes Reefs

Click our website and then TWRA Video to see how our friends build #fishhabitats using #reefballs! Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Reef Ball Foundation KennyChesney Deep Apparel Silipint

1 week ago
PETRONAS

Great project. Still ongoing

1 month ago
FPL deploys artificial reef ball project to stop beach erosion, create wildlife habitat

Here is the project we have been working on for the last 4 months.
We had to wait for permission to share. We now have it and we will be posting more shortly.
It was a very challenging project due to size, short time frame and the covid outbreak.
The teams involved at Reef Innovations, FPL, Cemex,Taylor engineering, Ballard Marine and Beyel Bros did an awesome job and it was great to finally use a system we invented in mid 2000's in an offshore project. The last of the reef should be ... See more

FPL's experimental project could help protect the beach from erosion during storms near its Hutchinson Island power plant.

3 months ago
Eternal Reefs

My turtle friend

3 months ago
Eternal Reefs

These pictures are not ready for prime time but I could not keep them to myself. 9 months ago Eternal Reef, Reef Innovations and the Reef Ball Foundation joined with the United States Submarine Veterans, Inc and turned these 65 Eternal Reefs representing the 65 American submarine and the more than 4,000 officers and crew who remain forever On Eternal Patrol over to Mother Nature. I wanted to show you what our submarines and submariners have been up too. Mother Nature is well on her way to ... See more

3 months ago
Eternal Reefs

52 Years ago today the USS SCORPION (SSN-589) went on Eternal Patrol with all hands, 99 officers and crew. This was the last time the words 'submarine overdue, presumed lost'.

The Eternal Reefs team is going out to the On Eternal Patrol Memorial Reef on 25 May 20, Memorial Day. We are going to checkin and visit with all 65 American submarines and the more than 4,000 officers and crew who remain forever On Eternal Patrol.

This trip we will do a rededication of the On Eternal Patrol Memorial ... See more

3 months ago
Eternal Reefs

I think this year would be a good time to take a deep breath and remember the sacrifice that so many have made for our freedom.

From all of us at Eternal Reefs, Reef Innovations and the Reef Ball Foundation Have a great, fun and safe Memorial Day weekend..
And hug your friends and family.

4 months ago
Eternal Reefs

This is going to be a great relationship to further both groups restoration efforts

Kenny Chesney Partners with the Reef Ball Foundation To Preserve, Protect and Enhance the Marine Environment for the Benefit of Future Generations.
See how you can help support Kenny and the Reef Ball Foundation's mission.

4 months ago
Eternal Reefs

God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers. Rudyard Kipling

If evolution really works, how come mothers only have two hands? Milton Berle

When your mother asks, 'Do you want a piece of advice?'
it is a mere formality. It doesn't matter if you answer yes or no.
You're going to get it anyway. Erma Bombeck

My mother had a great deal of trouble with me,
but I think she enjoyed it. Mark Twain

It kills you to see them grow up.
But I guess it would kill you quicker if they ... See more

4 months ago
Eastern Connecticut Conservation District

Reef balls reduce wave action and allow the deposition of sediment. Low marsh grass (Spartina alterniflora) has been planted along the shore behind the reef balls. The re-establishment of marsh grasses will protect the fragile shoreline from erosion and help to ameliorate the effects of storm surge.

5 months ago
Hernando Eager to Apply Deepwater Horizon Funding to Larger Projects

Money likely to fund larger reef restoration projects

5 months ago
New artificial reefs for cod and lobster

Wade and Doug trained this group

Our oceans protection plan is hard at work We're helping to rebuild the ecosystem that lobster and cod fish rely on In Newfoundland and Labrador, artificial ...

5 months ago
Larry Beggs - Sarasota Entrepreneur

A interview profile I had a call for.. its cool, anyone else out there want to share their entrepreneur passion contact them. Nice group helping our communities.

Larry Beggs is an entrepreneur doing business in Sarasota, Florida.

6 months ago
Reef balls find new role as part of Edgewater living shoreline

Great work from our friends in MAryland

Wednesday, the oyster restoration manager for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation watched as heavy equipment carried perforated concrete domes, called reef balls, out to the construction site of a living shoreline off Glebe Bay in Edgewater, placing them in the intertidal zone where the water level ebbs a...

8 months ago
Marine Ecosystem Restoration and Education: Reef Ball Foundation

Reef Ball Foundation: Global non-profit with mission to protect and rehab aquatic environments through ecologically sound designed reef related ecosystems.

8 months ago

Test post. Please ignore. JDSullivan20200117

3 years ago
EScaribbean

Save The Bays Youth Environment Ambassadors Study Paradise Cove’s Coral Reef Regeneration

http://www.thebahamasweekly.com/publish/community/Save_The_Bays_Youth_Environment_Ambassadors_Study_Paradise_Cove_s_Coral_Reef_Regeneration52723.shtml

Reef Ball Foundation, The Reef Ball Foundation, Reef Innovations, Todd Ryan Barber, Kathy Kirbo, Larry D. Beggs

6 years ago
Matt McLaughlin Dressage

Help us send Matt and Cooper to CDI competition next year! We still need votes for our Chase Mission Main Street Grant. Please follow this link and hit the vote button! Thanks! https://www.missionmainstreetgrants.com/business/detail/77698

6 years ago
Painted Model / Aquarium Reef Balls

https://reefinnovations.com/products-page/product-category/model-aquarium-reef-balls/

A portion of the proceeds go to the Reef Ball Foundation for education, research and support for various non profit groups

6 years ago
Powerful Answers | Verizon Innovations

We believe in the power of technology to solve almost anything. See how Verizon's innovative solutions are solving some of the world's biggest challenges.