Reinforced backfill walls are used in infrastructure or platform construction projects for the construction of retaining walls and stiffened embankments. They consist of a gabion facade and a technical backfill in which reinforcement layers are inserted between the backfill layers. This solution provides very high roof supports. The current record for this is a 32m high reinforced embankment retaining wall with gabion facing, found in the Tasiast mine in Mauritania.
Our teams not only master the installation of these gabion facades, but also the installation of technical backfill, allowing us to provide our customers with turnkey solutions.