Palisade Walls are similar to retaining walls, except it is the in-ground piles which is creating the retaining for the area. As a result, there is no significant cantilever out of the ground. Palisade Walls commonly have a reinforced concrete capping beam along the head of the piles to ensure they act together as a system.
Palisade Walls are typically either timber pole walls or reinforced concrete walls, both of which Pole Structures, in Auckland, and GHK Piling, in Northland have extensive construction experience in.
Palisade Walls are typically for heavy duty applications supporting substantial loads. They are an effective measure to preserve or remediate cliff erosion and arrest the effects of ground subsidence.
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