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King Posts are isolated steel columns that are installed along the line of the proposed retaining wall typically at centres between 1 and 3m. The space between the posts is filled, over the retained height, using a variety of different…
Timber Crib Lock Installation
Timber Crib Lock Installation methods are a mass gravity retaining wall system. Versatile, strong, light weight, cost effective, fast and easy to install, timber crib walls are gaining in popularity, rapidly becoming a first-choice solution for main contractors in the…
Sheet Piling
Sheet piles are used on schemes large and small, from simple projects to complex slope stabilisation solutions. They may be designed to both retain temporary excavations and to act as the permanent retaining structure, often in conjunction with the base…
Contiguous Pile Wall
Contiguous pile walls are installed using rotary bored or CFA techniques, often used in permanent applications. This type of retaining wall is constructed with close spaces between adjacent piles (1.1 to 2 piles diameters apart) and are used on a…
Gabion Baskets
Gabion Baskets are rectangular galvanised wire baskets filled with stones used as pervious, semi flexible building blocks for slope and channel stabilisation. Gabions protect slopes and streambanks from the erosive forces of moving water and can be used as retaining…
Ground Anchors
Ground anchors can carry very high loads to hold down/ up/ back structures/slopes. The main purpose of geotechnical ground anchors is to prevent horizontal movement, while stabilising retaining structures, including sheet pile, bored concrete pile and steel tubular walls. Additionally,…