These walls are designed to bridge the gap between a landslide's initial clean up and the development of a long term solution,
These are the most common types of retaining walls built with our concrete blocks. Vertical reinforcement can be added post-installation.
Our gravity walls can be reinforced by 'tieing' the wall back into the retained soil. They are also called tieback walls.
Interbloc concrete blocks can be used for a structure's foundation when you only need it for the short term. Once you no longer need them, disassembly is easy.
The combination of Interbloc's strength and modularity makes them perfect for culverts. A solution that supports the weight of traffic and creates a channel of water is easy with our concrete blocks.
Our solid concrete blocks form a super-strong structure with the unique ability to modify configurations of the pond at any stage.
By being made of modular concrete blocks, not only will your seawalls be strong, but they will also be well-engineered. Both Interbloc and Stonebloc can be used in this application.
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Envirocon and the Link Alliance started working together as soon as construction commenced in 2019. The Link Alliance purchased Interbloc from Envirocon, and also realised this was a way to upcylce their own surplus concrete. Read the case study.
Interbloc was contracted to supply blocks and build a two-bay settling pond owing to a few key factors. The Well Connected Alliance chose Interbloc for the settlement ponds as the blocks were engineered and could be easily removed at the end of the project. Read the case study.
Counties Power redeveloped their Pukekohe Depot and chose Interbloc for a 4.2m high, 12kpa retaining wall on the boundary of the property. The design utilised RB20 vertical steel reinforcing to create a cantilever retaining wall. Interbloc was chosen for its install speed and resilience.