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published on Apr 28, 2018

Waterproof Retention Wall

Background

A client’s property has a hill on one of its sides which was pouring soil into the neighbors backyards and causing damage to their properties.

The Challenge

Our challenge was to install a retention wall and water proof it to avoid damage during rainy season and prevent landslides.

Our Solution

We installed a concrete retention wall, filled the upper wall with concrete to reinforce it and make it more stable, waterproofed both sides of the wall and back-filled the dirt. The neighbors down below will be happy the hillside will no longer pour into their backyards.

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