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Gain more ground with a new retaining wall.

We are experienced in building retaining walls of all sizes. Our team can work alongside consultants to design the best type of wall for your intended application, most commonly this is traditional timber poles and railing, however we can also create more modern looks, such as structural galvanized steel beams, or masonry block or keystone type structures. 

Get in touch today to see how you can create more functional land with a well-built retaining wall.

Wall Types

Gabion Rock

Gabion retaining walls are created by filling large wire cages with rocks and pebbles. Their design gives them two key advantages: permeability allowing water to drain easily, and their durability meaning they can be used in commercial and residential applications.

Timber Walls

Timber retaining walls are a staple of most residential properties. They strike a great balance between visual appeal, and being cost effective. These walls don't need to be boring, they can be dressed with a variety of materials to make them stand out and even become a statement piece adding street appeal.


Concrete In-situ

In high surcharge or groundwater drawdown situations you may need to form an in-situ concrete wall, Large diameter bored pile walls, secant walls, precast panels, or other methodologies can be used to support large heights and weight while creating a clean and simple modern look.

Keystone Block

Keystone block retaining walls are built with moulded concrete blocks that create a gravity wall which can be designed with extra geogrid stabilization to be a structural wall. You are able to choose the color, size, and even the texture. A great way to create a cost effective wall with an added level of landscaping appeal on a large site.

Concrete Masonry

In areas of Auckland that are typically in rock like Mt Eden, Onehunga, and Epsom we recommend utilizing concrete masonry walls which typically require a shallow footing. This reduces the amount of rock breaking required, saving cost. 


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