Columbus Land Port of Entry

The Columbus Land Port of Entry is a ArtWeld Gabion project constructed in 2019, and located in Columbus, NM.  This project consists of 693 cy of non-galvanized ArtWeld Gabions.  The Columbus Land Port of Entry project was constructed by Accent Landscape Contractor's, Inc., and is owned by the U.S. General Services Administration.

Photo Credit: Robert Reck, Richter Architects

Moscow Mountain Passing Lanes

The Moscow Mountain Passing Lanes is a Welded Wire Wall construced in 2009 and is located on US 95, Latah County, ID. The Moscow Mountain Passing Lanes wall is 11,500 sf and 14' tall.  It was built by Debco Construction, desiged by Stanley Crawforth, PE with American Geo Technics and owned by the State of Idaho Transportation Department.

Municipal Service Complex

The Municipal Service Complex is a ArtWeld Gabion wall constructed in 2013.  The project is located at the Municipal Service Complex in Jersey City, NJ.  The Wall consists of 564 CY or ArtWeld Gabions, it was constructed by Vollers Excavating & Construction, Inc., and is owned by the city of Jersey.

Bull Arm Mining Project

The Bull Arm Mining Project Is a welded wire wall constructed in December 2012 located in Bull Arm, Newfoundland, Canada. The wall designer was Geotechnical Design Services and the wall builder was Kiewit-Kvaerner Contractors. Materials. 

Wall Details:

  • Welded Wire Wall
  • Maximum Wall Height of 26’
  • Maximum Mat Length of 18’
  • 2-year design life – non-galvanized
  • 4,040 SF

62nd Ave NW / 144th St. NW

The 62nd Ave NW / 144th St. NW project is a Spiralnail-Wiretruss wall that was constructed in 2019.  This Spiralnail-Wiretruss wall is 6,200 sf with 364 Spiralnails, and 16 feet tall.  The wall was constructed by Active Construction, Inc. / Omega Construction, Inc., designed by CESaretti Engineered Solutions, and owned by Pierce County Planning & Public Works.

I-15 Northgate IC

The I-15 Northgate IC is a Eureka Reinforced Soil wall constructed in 2019.  This Eureka Reinforced Soil wall is 11,000 sf and 22 feet tall. The wall was constructed by Cannon Builders, Inc., was designed by SHN Consulting Engineers & Geologists, and is owned by the Idaho Transportation Department.

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