Retaining walls form the basis for EuroParcs holiday home terraces
Our customer installed terraces and steps for holiday homes at the new EuroParcs Aan de Maas holiday park near Kerkdriel in Gelderland. They used Bosch Beton 75 cm L retaining walls for this, resolving the height differences around the homes, while also achieving an incredibly sleek look.
Terrace with retaining walls
The rental company had constructed new holiday homes at the new EuroParcs Aan de Maas holiday park. A. van Hell Grond- en Straatwerkbedrijf, one of our existing customers, asked Bosch Beton to supply retaining walls. Van Hell constructed terraces and steps to the entrances of the holiday park’s holiday homes. Retaining walls were used as there was some height difference around the homes. The retaining walls serve as a sound basis, as well as providing a sleek and contemporary look. In addition, the wooden finish along the edges also gives the terraces a robust look.
Our customer used L075 retaining walls for this project. These walls were developed especially for medium load applications in civil engineering. So they were perfect for this application.
EuroParcs has some 60 holiday parks in the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg and Bonaire. The new EuroParcs Aan de Maas holiday park close to Kerkdriel is currently undergoing major development.
If you would like to know more about this project or our customised retaining wall solutions for soil and garden, please feel free to contact our consultants.
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