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TERRAFORCE is a well-known and award-winning Cape Town-based company that offers interlocking concrete blocks (earth-retaining blocks) for environmental landscaping and concrete retaining walls. Terraforce is a Level Four BBBEE Contributor.

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Terraforce pioneered the hollow, reversible interlocking concrete block that is unmatched in its versatility, both in application and elevation.


  1. Most Terraforce Licensees use recycled concrete and clay bricks in the manufacture of Terraforce products.

  2. Please note: Suppliers stock their own selection/sizes of Terraforce products, this means the full range of products IS NOT sold at every outlet.

The wide range of plantable retaining wall blocks is tailored to create environmentally friendly domestic or industrial installations and to support sustainable development in soil stabilisation. Walls can range from light gravity walls to geogrid reinforced earth-retaining or heavy gravity, double skin walls.

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Latest News

March 3rd, 2015  |  Published in - General News, Details

Recycled glass aggregate concrete mix

Reusable elements in concrete design, a vital component of sustainability

In a recent article in Concrete Beton, Bryan Perrie, MD of the Concrete Institute, pointed out that more attention should be paid to re-use and recycling of building materials at the design stage to more actively promote sustainability in the construction industry.

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January 22nd, 2015  |  Published in - Roads, Driveway & Parking

Terracrete pattern, gravel infill

August 2014, Tim Moorcroft, who operates a wet-cast concrete business, Moorcrofts, in Clarens, Free State, made enquiries to become a Terraforce licensee with the view to produce Terracrete hard-lawn pavers with durable mould boxes made of U.V. stabilised LLDPE (polyethylene). Moorcroft felt the blocks and their method of manufacture would fit in perfectly with his existing business model.  And so it did, as he soon found out.

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button print whgn20 1/2015   Doing it the wet cast way

December 9th, 2014  |  Published in - Composite Walls, - Designs & Specifications

Terraforce walls were designed as terraces, with the first level being 2m, followed by 4m steps up to a total height of 18m.

To end this year, we would like to wish our customers, and especially our licensees and installers, a peaceful festive season and a safe transition into the New Year 2015!. It has been a productive and successful year for most of us, with very exciting growth on both the local, and international front. Another highlight has been the fantastic interest shown for our design service, Terrasafe, with more and more professionals making use of the specialist input of our trusted and experienced engineer.

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button print whgn20 14/2014   A safe transition into the New Year 2015!

November 18th, 2014  |  Published in - Roads, Driveway & Parking, - Storm Water Control

The blocks were manufactured using a 40 MPa concrete mix with EPC Bar Chip “Macro”,

The days of slapping concrete and asphalt down to construct a paved parking lot, driveway or storm water channel are numbered, time for a change – ecosurfaces. Commercial properties, public spaces, and residential developments are demanding a higher standard on what is required from a paved surface. Read more »

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October 29th, 2014  |  Published in - Landscaping & Terracing, - Stairways & Seating & Ramps

Recreational arena with 4x4 Step blocks at Sirte Park, Libya

In 2009, Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi’s sprawling residence in Sirte, Libya, Bab al-Aziziya, was turned into an amusement park as decreed by tourism minister Ikram Basha Imam earlier that year.

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October 7th, 2014  |  Published in - Designs & Specifications, Details, Heavy Retaining  |  2 Comments

Rebuilt wall, Terraforce L11 blocks

“Failure” of a retaining wall does not always mean total collapse, but rather implies signs of impending instability and the possibility of future failure. Total collapses, where the wall overturns, slides, topples, or otherwise causes a massive letting loose of the retained earth with resulting damage above and below the wall, are relatively rare . In both instances, there is no alternative but to rebuild and correct the root causes, mostly due to skimping on expenses or sloppy unsupervised workmanship – aka the short-cut brigade.

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button print whgn20 11/2014   Cleaning up after the short cut brigade