Earth retention system
At the recommendation of a good friend, the owner of Paal 9 contacted Bosch Beton for an earth retention system using retaining walls for the construction of the beach pavilion. ‘As you’re in the dunes, everything you build is temporary’, stated René, owner of Paal 9 since 2002. For this special project we used our TWA retaining walls of 2.50 metres high. The quotation he received included instructions for preparing the ground for installation of the retaining walls.
In contrast to poured concrete, these retaining walls can be moved easily and reused again in the future. This appealed to the owner: ‘This is also the philosophy of the building and the retaining walls. You need to build a beach tent every season and dismantle it again afterwards. The separate retaining wall elements are a great match for this. You have separate elements to build with, but you can also, for example, remove everything again after fifty years and use it elsewhere.’
If you would like to know more about this project or our customised retaining wall solutions for earth retention, please feel free to contact our consultants.
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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
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
Height difference at Clemens Cornielje wildlife crossing
For the construction of the nature bridge Clemens Cornielje over the N302, height differences have been absorbed with our retaining walls. This is a sustainable construction to compensate for differences in level