Gabion Wall Systems

Gabion walls are commonly implemented in areas with unstable or soft soil like riverbanks, watercourses and locations with heavy rainfall.

Our Gabion wall systems range from 300mm to two metres. We offer a specialised technique for all Gabion requirements.

The use of Gabion wall systems has been used extensively for more than fifty years. Ground Stabilisation Systems have constructed Gabion walls for clients with great success on many occasions, especially along the Eastern Seaboard of Australia in areas often subject to extreme annual rainfall conditions.

The walls consist of extremely strong heavy woven-wire cages, which are positioned on-site and filled with rock. The cages are most often assembled in a similar pattern to a normal block wall and tied in, providing a strong and stable retaining structure capable of withstanding heavy ground moisture.

 

They are especially effective around riverbanks and watercourses where their flexibility and ability to shed moisture while responding to ground movement, ensures their stability where other solid wall retaining systems might fail.

The simplicity and flexibility of design which Gabion walls allow also makes them ideal for uneven or curved retaining requirements. The wires cages can be built to size from 300mm to two metres or more and the rocks used adapted to the requirements.

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Our team has vast experience in Gabion wall systems across all types of terrain.

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