Geogrids play a vital role in reinforcing soil and enhancing the stability of structures like retaining walls, particularly when facing challenges such as excessive pressure, taller walls, slopes, or surcharge loads. These situations demand careful analysis during the design phase to determine the necessity of geogrids, ensuring a robust and secure construction.
While geogrids offer numerous benefits, it’s essential to consider potential drawbacks, including environmental concerns related to non-biodegradable materials. Some geogrids pose challenges during disposal at the end of their life cycle.
Enter the Ankora Retaining Wall — a sustainable alternative. This innovative design bucks the trend by omitting geogrids, offering an environmentally friendly approach. Certified by the Greystone Design Management Construction team, the Ankora Retaining Wall boasts a patented design incorporating a tie-down system. This unique feature provides anchorage, enhancing stability against bearing, overturning, sliding, and global failure modes.
The Ankora Retaining Wall stands out as more than just a construction solution; it represents a commitment to efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and environmental responsibility. Crafted with a modular block system, it maximizes height with minimal excavation, reducing installation time, saving costs, and minimizing the project’s environmental impact. The Ankora Retaining Wall emerges as a harmonious blend of innovation and sustainability in the realm of retaining wall systems.