Waterfront Park Grant Street Pier

The Waterfront Park Grant Street Pier project contains Gabion Faced MSE walls as well as ArtWeld Gabions for landscaping.  The primary Gabion Faced MSE wall is 4,126 SF, with a total amount of 5,597 SF (338 cubic yards) of ArtWeld Gabions.  The Wall was built in 2019 by Tapani Underground, Inc., designed by Cesaretti Engineered Solutions, and owned by the City of Vancouver.

Harrison Specialty Care Clinic

The Harrison Specialty Care Clinic Project consists of 104 CY of ArtWeld Gabion veneer, and 2,410 SF of ArtWeld Gabion MSE wall. These walls were constructed in 2020 by Active Construction Inc., and located in Silverdale, WA.  The walls were designed by NBBJ (veneer), and 2KS Consulting (MSE wall).

Wollochet Drive

The Wollochet Drive project is a Welded Wire Wall on top of a Spiralnail Truss wall.  The Welded Wire wall is 3300 SF, the Spiralnail Truss Wall is 3000 SF with 266 Spiralnails.  The wall was designed by Cesaretti Engineered Solutions, owned by Pierce County, and built by Miles Resources, LLC.

South Transfer Station

The South Transfer Station project is a Welded Wire Wall with a Trinity veneer. constructed in 2012 by KLB Construction, Inc.  The Welded Wire Wall is 35,568 SF, 17' tall, with 718 CY of Trinity Baskets.  The project was designed by SHN Consulting Engineers & Geologists, owned by the City of Seattle Public Utilities and located in Seattle WA.

Elwha River Restoration

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.

Slo Duc Bridge AK PFH 40(2)

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.

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