Effective solution for steep embankments
With an interlocking retaining wall of concrete blocks, we can reinforce embankments up to an angle of inclination of 90°. A slope greater than 45° is referred to as a steep slope and reinforcing measures are required to protect the environment.
The angle of inclination of the embankment largely determines how high the wall should be and how much reinforcement is needed. The type of soil (for example sand, gravel or clay) also plays a major role in the ballast that the embankment reinforcement must be able to bear. We map this into a static calculation.
The static calculation provides an overview of the construction conditions and serves as the basis for the construction drawings of the concrete embankment reinforcement. We also include factors such as the type of substrate, the climate and the environment in which the building is being built.
In this way we offer a total solution and we relieve you from start to finish.