Soil and garden
Sometimes the difference in height between a garden and the pavement is so great that a robust solution is required.
If your garden lies on the water, a retaining wall can serve as shoring. A wall also works well as partition or dividing wall on the farmyard. And if you do not find the concrete look attractive, the walls can be finished with woodwork or metal work or furnished with a coating. The bio retaining wall is an attractive alternative in the context of promoting biodiversity. Plants can be placed in the gaps cut out and insect hotels attract a range of insects.
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
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
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