The Elwha River Restoration project is a Welded Wire Wall constructed by Watts Constructors, LLC in 2008. The Wall is 16' tall, 4792 SF, and located in Clallam County, WA. The wall was designed by SHN Consulting Engineers & Geologists, Inc., and owned by USDI/National Park Service.
The Slo Duc Bridge AK PFH 40(2) project is a Welded Wire Wall / ArtWeld Gabion bridge abutment that was constructed in 2008 by Southeast Roadbuilders, Inc. The wall is 24' tall, 7184 SF of Welded Wire Wall, and 28 CY of ArtWeld Gabions. The wall was designed by SHN Consulting Engineers and Geologists, Inc., and owned by Federal Highway, Western Federal Lands.
The Progress Ridge Townsquare project is a Welded Wire Wall that was constructed in 2010 by KeyWest Retaining Systems, Inc. The wall is 22' tall, 8728 SF, and located in Beaverton, OR. The wall was designed by SHN Consulting Engineers & Geologists, and owned by Gramor Development.
The Dowling Residence project is Spiralnail Wiretruss / Trinity Basket wall. The Project is located in Travis County, TX, it consists of 1368 SF of Wire Truss, 100 Spiralnails, and 560 SF of Trinity Baskets. The wall was built by J. Pinnelli Co., and designed by Ten Eyck Landscape Architects.
The Mud Mountain Dam Fish Passage Facility Project is a Spiralnail Wiretruss wall / Welded Wire Wall located in Enumclaw, WA. The project consists of 3,648 SF of truss panel, 269 Spiralnails, and 2,144 SF of Welded Wire Wall. The wall was built by Nisqually Construction, designed by Cesaretti Engineered Solutions, and owned by the US Army Corps of Engineers.
The W Central Blvd: Winter Lakes School – N Elm St project is a Spiralnail Truss wall located in Coquile, OR. The Wall is 10' tall, 3996 SF of truss panels, and 242 Spiralnails. The wall was built in 2020 by Billeter Marine, LLC., it was designed by Cesaretti Engineered Solutions, and owned by the County of Coos, OR.
The Cripple Creek Crossing project are Welded Wire Wall bridge abutments constructed in 2020 by Scarsella Bros., Inc. The Welded Wire Wall abutments are 10' tall, and 576 SF each, and located in Healy, AK. The Wall was designed by American Geotechnics, Inc., and owned by the State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources.
The M.P. 210.5 Landslide project consists of a Welded Wire Wall and an ArtWeld Gabion wall. The Welded Wire Wall is 6,000 SF, and 20' tall. The ArtWeld Gabion wall is 311 CY and 9' tall. The walls were built by Sommer Construction, Inc., and owned by Idaho Transportation Department. The Welded Wire Wall was designed by American Geotechnics,
The SH-55 Snake River Bridge Marsing project is an ERS two stage panel wall. The wall is 9,296 SF, 20' tall, and constructed in 2019 by Wadsworth Brothers Construction Company. The wall is located in Marsing, ID, and owned by the ID DOT. It was designed by Brett DeBernardi, Gordon Geotechnical Engineering, Inc., and the panels were manufactured by Oldcastle Precast, Inc.
The Dos Picos project is an ArtWeld Gabion Sculpture built by Stephen Glassman at Stephen Glassman Studio. The sculpture was constructed in 2015, owned by the County of Los Angeles, and located at the El Cariso Park, 13100 Hubbard St, Sylmar, CA 91342.