Retaining walls hold up the roads you drive on every day. They create space in your yard, protect your town from flooding, and safeguard your bridges from erosion. Over time, you’ve come to expect a lot out of retaining walls. Redi-Rock is an engineered retaining wall system that looks great, is easy to install, and will stand the test of time. Engineers and architects around the world use Redi-Rock to design proven, aesthetic retaining wall solutions that solve real issues in their communities.
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Anywhere you need a retaining wall, Redi-Rock can help you create usable land. How are engineers, developers, installers, and homeowners using Redi-Rock today?
Redi-Rock walls help protect shorelines, create space for storm water channels and retention ponds, and save neighborhoods from flooding. That’s because these walls can be built with minimal space requirements, are easy to install, and can be reinforced to withstand incredible storms.
Whether you need to create flat space on a hilly lot or protect your home from erosion, Redi-Rock provides the flexibility you need.
For rail projects, space is often limited and live loads are a major issue. Designers turn to Redi-Rock for rail projects because the engineering makes a ton of sense in these conditions
Redi-Rock’s superior aesthetics allow municipalities to create a great look throughout their infrastructure projects. Redi-Rock is also incredibly easy to install, meaning that municipalities can often use their own crews for installing Redi-Rock walls.
Developments need a retaining wall that will maximize usable land and install quickly. Redi-Rock walls are an ideal solution for leveling lots, supporting buildings, and making space for parking.
When new electrical substations are going in they need a level area for construction. Unlike many other retaining wall options, Redi-Rock walls can be built incredibly close to property lines.
Whether you need abutments, wing walls, or retaining walls leading up to your bridge, you can design a solution using Redi-Rock.
A simple construction sequence allows you to minimize right-of-way requirements and keep traffic moving. Because these massive blocks stack together using a knob-and-groove system, it’s like you’re playing with giant Lego blocks.