Reinforced Retaining Wall


Reinforced soil retaining walls constructed with E’GRID uniaxial geogrid, backfill material and panels have the advantages of using locally sourced backfill, ease of construction, fewer installation steps, reduced construction time, no need for complex machinery, and the overall project cost is lower than that of a traditional retaining wall. The panels of a reinforced soil retaining wall can be produced with different patterns and colours to blend in with the local environment.

Structural Types of Reinforced Retaining Wall


Concrete Panel Reinforced Retaining Wall

Reinforced retaining walls can comprise of concrete modular blocks, prefabricated reinforced concrete panels or full-height concrete panels. They can be prefabricated or cast in place to form different textures, colours and geometric designs.

Steel Mesh Panel Reinforced Wall

Geogrid reinforced steep slopes utilising steel mesh panels allows for an exceptionally quick installation. The system acts as a face support for the installed geogrids. Normally installed at 60˚ - 70˚ the system is ideal where a grassed face finish is required. 


Gabion Panel Reinforced Wall

Using gabion baskets as facing panels, E’GRID uniaxial geogrid works as the reinforcement element behind the panel. Such structures are particularly useful in sea walls, river bank defences, canals etc. Gabion basket systems have excellent anti-scour performance. 

Geocell Panel Reinforced Wall

E’Grid uniaxial geogrids work as the main reinforcement element to form a reinforced soil steep slope structure.  A single-layer of geocell is installed on the slope face and backfilled with soil. The face can then be either grassed or hydroseeded. 


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