Reinforced Soil Retaining Wall:

Reinforced soil retaining walls [commonly grouped as Mechanically Stabilized Embankments - MSE] represent an innovative method of resolving familiar as well as unfamiliar and challenging problems. Instead of regarding soil as a mass to be contained by force, the earth itself is reinforced to become an integral part of the structure. The walls behave as gravity structures in an integral unit of Facia blocks or panels used and provide structural flexibility. Geogrids / Geostrips placed within layers of compacted backfill provide the necessary tensile strength. Specified soils at the site or from excavation are often acceptable for backfill. The resulting structure is strong, yet resilient


Non Woven Geotextile

Made from the highest quality polypropylene/ Polester fibers, Nonwoven geotextiles are needlepunched to form a strong fabric that retains its dimensional stability, adding years to the life of any roadway, railroad, landfill or civil / environmental engineering project.



Woven Geotextile

Featuring high tensile strengths and low elongations,Woven geotextiles have a remarkable capacity for filtering soils, distributing loads, reducing rutting and extending the life of paved and unpaved roadways. Made from individual yarns woven together to provide dimensionally stable geotextiles, they are resistant to ultraviolet (UV) degradation and to biological and chemical environments normally found in soils. All of our woven geotextiles are backed by decades of in-field performance in everything from separation and filtration to erosion control and waste containment applications.


A geogrid is geosynthetic material used to reinforce soils and similar materials. Geogrids are commonly used to reinforce retaining walls, as well as subbases or subsoils below roads or structures. Soils pull apart under tension. Compared to soil, geogrids are strong in tension. This fact allows them to transfer forces to a larger area of soil than would otherwise be the case.

Geogrids are commonly made polymer materials, such as polyester, polyethylene or polyproylene. They may be woven or knitted from yarns, heat-welded from strips of material, or produced by punching a regular pattern of holes in sheets of material, then stretched into a grid

Gabion Boxes:

The most common use of gabions is to stabilize shorelines, streambanks or slopes against erosion. Other uses include retaining walls, temporary floodwalls, silt filtration from runoff, for small or temporary/permanent dams, river training, or channel lining. They may be used to direct the force of a flow of flood water around a vulnerable structure. Gabions are also used as fish barriers on small streams.

A gabion wall is a retaining wall made of stacked stone-filled gabions tied together with wire. Gabion walls are usually battered (angled back towards the slope), or stepped back with the slope rather than stacked vertically

Gabion boxes have some advantages over loose riprap because of their modularity and ability to be stacked in various shapes; they are also resistant to being washed away by moving water. Gabions also have advantages over more rigid structures because they can conform to ground movement, dissipate energy from flowing water, and drain freely.

HDPE Geomembrane:

Geomembranes are impermeable membranes used in conjunction with rocks or earth to block fluid migration in man-made structures. In most cases, they are made of synthetic polymers. Unlike other methods of controlling fluid movement, such as using clay, asphalt, or sand stabilized with cement, these membranes have almost no permeability if there are no holes in the material. Due to their flexibility, they can accommodate ground settling and shifting. Geomembranes may also be called synthetic liners, polymeric membranes, or flexible membrane liners. Geomembranes are most often made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC), medium-density polyethylenes, chlorosulfonated polyethylene, or a similar kind of material.

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