Bomso Retaining Wall

Location 

Bomso, Kumasi

Application

Highways

Product Type

Asese block

Stability, speed, economical

 

The Bomso Retaining wall is nearly 300m long wall which was constructed within a mongh in Kumasi in 2009. Since then, the company has tackled some of the challenging retaining wall projects in the Country. We continue to push the boundaries as we develop quality precast concrete products to help solve problems for demanding Architects, Engineers, and domestic clients. Our retaining wall block units are among some of the heaviest and most stable units in the world and the first in Ghana. With a face area of 0.12m2 and twice as deep as they are high, the blocks provide a low stable center of gravity for each unit during construction and finished wall. The stability of our block units combined with industry grade geogrid reinforcement, our walls can achieve a height of over 7m.

 

The blocks have an inbuilt level course system to accommodate any kind of geogrid. The engineered setback between each unit ensures that the overturning moment is significantly reduced again resisting moments. All our walls have a higher resisting moment against overturning moments. This helps to improve the stability of the retaining wall. 

Applications

Domestic landscape works  |  low-height retaining walls  |  

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