Stable retaining walls used for level difference
Sometimes the height difference between a garden and the street is so great that a robust solution is required. This was also the case at our client in Zonnebeke in Belgium, where we installed retaining walls.
Our client was struggling with the huge height difference between his home and the planned new warehouse. He wanted to realise the new warehouse above his home and be able to walk directly into the garden. The level difference was considerable, particularly from the street, but also to the left and right of the home.
At the side of the home, we advised placing L500 heel retaining walls of 5 metres high. These walls guarantee stability to accommodate the slope as well as the possibility to construct a level garden. Another stairway will be installed outside to provide access to the warehouse from the home above.
The client was delighted to receive sound advice and service from our team. We produced a clear plan for placing the walls on site using a vacuum clamp. A total of eight retaining walls were placed and our client is extremely pleased with the result. The construction of the garden is planned for next year.
PROJECT IN THE PICTURE
Schenk Recycling enclosed by retaining walls
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Multi-functional terrain fencing
Concrete retaining walls as a multifunctional terrain separation for temporary employment agency and storage of neighbours. The chance of theft is reduced and, if desired, extra security can be attached to the walls
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