Many railway lines and stations will undergo alterations and expansion as a result of the growth in the number of passengers, goods and trains. Our retaining walls are frequently part of these often far-reaching changes. One example is making the entrances of stations more accessible and safer, where retaining wall structures are installed for soil (or water) barriers, widening platforms, constructing a sound barrier along the track or a cycle park. We supply sustainable platform retaining walls with a low ECI value for the ProRail ‘Standardised Platforms’ project. We also sometimes provide retaining walls with a structure, or our partners can finish the retaining walls with an anti-graffiti coating, fencing or greenery.
For the modernization of the regional express tram line Utrecht-Nieuwegein-IJsselstein (SUNIJ line), Bosch Beton supplied over 3,000 metres of special retaining walls, 3,000 metres of platform slabs and 200 abutments
After a metamorphosis, Bussum South Station became more accessible for disabled passengers. Bosch Beton supplied retaining walls of up to 5 metres in height as earth retaining walls
The railway crossing at Den Dolder used to be one of the most dangerous ones in the Netherlands. Now cyclists and pedestrians can pass safely and quickly under the tracks. Bosch Beton made special retaining walls for this