This project, which was implemented in May 2021, is evidence that you can use retaining walls to bridge considerable height differences. In Kessel (Limburg) close to the ferry, Rob Linders and Rob Janssen Grondverzet & laser-egalisering placed Bosch Beton retaining walls with heel varying in height from 2.5 to 3.5 metres. The residents created a swimming pool behind the 3.5-metre-high walls.
Drawing and placement
We immerse ourselves in our customer’s request and work with them to develop good and sound advice. The Engineering department then produces drawings and models of the desired retaining walls. For this project we first produced a drawing for sound preparation of the wall production and placement. There are some fantastic images of the placement!
PROJECT IN THE PICTURE
Height difference in Tilburg bridged with retaining walls
There is a lot of difference in height in the Willemsbuiten new housing development in Tilburg. The retaining walls from Bosch Beton, this difference in height has been bridged.
On the waterfront in Blaricum
These residents in Blaricum (NL) make optimal use of their garden with a waterside terrace or seating area. The concrete retaining walls offer resistance to the soil and water.
Land van Bieshaer: retaining walls in new residential area
To bridge the difference in height, retaining walls have been placed in the new residential area Land van Bieshaer in Soest. Besides a soil retaining function, the retaining walls also serve as a fence