Interbloc’sinvolvement in the civil industry includes retaining walls, settlement ponds, and culverts. By being a modular system, Interbloc can be designed into a variety of scenarios making for a simple civil engineering solution.
Interbloc’s adaptable solution lets you create a wide variety of retaining walls. If you need something simple, you can start with a gravity wall. For extra stability, you can opt to vertically reinforce your walls or build MSE walls via geogrid.
Having a water-tight settlement pond that can be repurposed was a tough task before Interbloc. They can be sealed with a variety of methods, easily fitting in with your project. And when you’ve finished, unstack the blocks and reuse them somewhere else.
Strength, design flexibility, and safety are necessities for bridge culverts. Interbloc provides all with effective engineering and its unique interlocking shear key. And if your culvert is temporary, simply unstack and use the blocks somewhere else.
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.
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.
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.
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