1- Anchor Block Slope Stabilization
Anchor block slope stabilization is an earth retention technique that stabilizes slopes or existing retaining walls, using anchored reaction blocks. The block layout pattern is typically in rows across the slope or retaining wall requiring stabilization.
Anchors are stabilization and support elements that transfer tension loads, using high-strength steel bars or steel strand tendons.
Gabion systems is an earth retention technique in which gravity retaining walls are formed using rectangular, interconnected, stone-filled wire baskets.
4- Micropile Slide Stabilization (MS3)
Micropile Slide Stabilization System (MS³) is a slope stability technique which utilizes an array of micropiles, sometimes in combination with anchors.
5- Sheet Piles
Sheet piling is an earth retention and excavation support technique that retains soil, using steel sheet sections with interlocking edges.
6- Soil Nailing
Soil nailing is an earth retention technique using grouted tension-resisting steel elements (nails). The walls are generally constructed from the top down.
7- Soldier Piles And Lagging
Soldier piles and lagging is an earth retention technique that retains soil, using vertical steel piles with horizontal lagging.
8- Secant or Tangent Piles
Secant or tangent piles are columns constructed adjacent (tangent) or overlapping (secant) each other to form structural walls that resist lateral pressures and groundwater inflow for bulkhead support, earth retention, groundwater control, or slope stability.