Reinforced Earth technology is an ideal system for all types of industrial applications.
Structures can withstand impact, explosion, flood and fire.
Reinforced Earth has been used in coal and secondary storage applications and as blast protection in military applications.
Reinforced Earth technologies are also commonly used along rivers, lakes and coastal areas. The technology shows great resistance to severe loading conditions such as flooding and draw down, tidal fluctuations, storms and ice. Rapid construction can take place for works carried out in the tidal range due to the simultaneous placement of fill, reinforcement and facing.
- Secondary containment walls for oil and LNG tanks
- Blast walls for civilian, industrial and military protective structures
- Quay walls (marinas, fishing ports, etc)
- Dam walls
- Tailrace walls
- River training walls
- Drainage tunnels.