REINFORCED SOIL  WALLS - DIRECTED FRAGILITY SYSTEM


Projects and Applications


    The DIRECTED FRAGILITY system (*) applied to reinforced soil retaining walls and bridge abutments, in public as well as private works, provides clear improvements to these types of construction for projects such as:

    Roads

    Highways

    Railroads

    Channels

    Bulkheads

    Harbours

    Dams

    Residential and Industrial Complexes, etc.

    Submerged, Marine, River Works, etc.



    (*) This system is completely adaptable to the basic project, while contributing in each case, where appropriate, the possible improvements inherent to the system.

    These are solutions to works done in dry environments, as well as those in flood or aquatic areas, rivers and marine works. They are also ideal for severe seismic conditions.

    Specific Applications and Typologies

    Slope-side walls

    Walls bordering the surface or shoulder of roadways.

    Walls for piers

    Walls for railroad platforms

    Walls for channels

    Walls for protecting riverbanks, seawalls, etc.

    Walls for bridge wings

    Walls for false bridge abutments

    Walls for land dams

    Walls for underwater construction

    Garden walls

    Green walls

    Walls for industrial platforms and mining installations loads

    Walls for military construction

    Walls for stabilising hillsides

    Bridge abutments with floating loader

    Bridge abutments with hyperstatic board

    Bridge abutments with open or closed wings

    Highly oblique bridge abutments and pergolas

    Bridge abutments with large spans

    Bridge abutments with complex geometry

    Sunk bridge abutments

    Bridge abutments in aquatic areas

    Bridge abutments in highly seismic areas

    Bridge abutments in aggressive environments

    Railroad bridge abutments

    Bridge abutments in ecologically protected environments

E-mail: directedfragility@directedfragility.com



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