Land van Bieshaer: retaining walls in new residential area
A new residential area was constructed in 2015 on the site of a former nursing home at the foot of the Soester Eng in Soest: Land van Bieshaer. It became a diverse neighbourhood with 1930s-style homes.
Our L retaining walls were used to bridge local height level differences and, in addition to their earth-retaining function, the retaining walls also serve as concrete fencing. Retaining walls were installed over a length of over 400 metres for this project, varying in height from one to two metres.
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Faster cycle route from Nijmegen to Cuijk
Bosch Beton applied retaining walls to compensate for the height of the steep slope along the bicycle and pedestrian bridge over the river Maas, a new rapid cycle route near Cuijk
Retaining walls in the dunes
The owner of Strandpaviljoen Paal 9 on Texel used Bosch Beton retaining walls for the earthwork. These are separate elements that can be used for construction, but can also be picked up again after, say, fifty years and used elsewhere
Sustainable water retention system in Nijkerkerveen
Water had to be given an important place in a new housing estate in Nijkerkerveen. Our retaining walls have been used to create a wide watercourse on the border of the existing village