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Retaining walls are structures designed to restrain soil to unnatural slopes. They are used to bound soils between two different elevations often in areas of terrain possessing undesirable slopes or in areas where the landscape needs to be shaped severely and engineered for more specific purposes like hillside farming or roadway overpasses.

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Florida DOT Approves Keystone’s KeySystem II Retaining Wall System

Florida DOT Approves Keystone’s KeySystem II Retaining Wall System

Minneapolis, MN, May 16, 2017— The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has issued approval of the Keystone KeySystem II retaining wall system for use by the department on state and federal highways.

KeySystem II is designed to the highest standards and unique requirements of the transportation sector. The system consists of

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Keystone Retaining Wall Systems
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Netco
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Retaining Walls for Tough Spaces

Retaining Walls for Tough Spaces

Retaining walls have evolved over the past 20 years. The choice of different types of walls for a variety of situations has expanded. ­Knowing the strengths and advantages of each type is a crucial part of any project incor­porating walls. One type of wall might be the perfect solution for

Retaining Wall Materials to Enhance Form and Function

Retaining Wall Materials to Enhance Form and Function

Limestone in Austin
When choosing retaining wall materials, several factors should be considered.  Matching the color and texture of the retaining wall materials to what’s naturally found in the area helps integrate the wall into the geography.  Retaining wall materials that blend in with the local environment look more natural and enhance

A Wall for All Seasons

A Wall for All Seasons

When is a retaining wall more than a retaining wall? When it both retains earth and serves as a sport rock climbing wall, as is the case at Lynchburg College in Lynchburg, VA.

Formidable Retaining Wall Blocks Replace Withered Sea Walls

Formidable Retaining Wall Blocks Replace Withered Sea Walls

In Part 2 of a 4-part series on retaining wall designs, author Carol Brzozowski illustrates two examples where encroaching wave erosion threatens two families’ cherished shoreline residences. In each, Brzozowski describes how site-specific projects can incorporate the effectiveness of large retaining wall blocks as they are linked naturally into shoreline-shaped

Formidable Retaining Wall Blocks Replace Withered Sea Walls

Formidable Retaining Wall Blocks Replace Withered Sea Walls

In Part Two of a four-part series on retaining wall designs, author Carol Brzozowski illustrates two examples where encroaching wave erosion threatens two families’ cherished shoreline residences. In each, Brzozowski describes how site-specific projects can incorporate the effectiveness of large retaining wall blocks as they are linked naturally into shoreline-shaped

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