Island Foundations Corporation has been building concrete infrastructure throughout the five boroughs and northern New Jersey since 1994.

Sheeting involves the temporary placement of interlocking steel or wooden wall-type structures to create a continuous barrier in the ground to keep the neighboring plots, buildings, rivers, lakes or ponds from falling into the construction zone that would certainly cause safety hazards for the workers on the site and safety hazards for the neighbors.

Shoring is a temporary structure for preventing the collapse of trench walls making the trench a safer work place.

Island Foundations Corporation is practiced in the construction and maintenance of both sheeting and shoring having crafted and used the structures in dozens of projects.