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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 environmentally friendly landscape retaining walls and erosion control. 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. Suitable for commercial and residential landscape retaining wall, small or large.

Most Terraforce Licensees use recycled concrete and clay bricks in the manufacture of Terraforce products. Please note: Suppliers stock their own selection/sizes of Terraforce concrete block 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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September 22nd, 2015  |  Published in - Composite Walls, - Slope Stabilisation

The wall had the least impact on the garden

Building on a steep slope is always tricky, but even more so if you have to consider other property boundaries and where space is very limited. The greatest drawback is that if you want usable flat areas, much of the garden space may be taken up by banks and steep slopes that link them together. Read more »

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August 28th, 2015  |  Published in - Landscaping & Terracing, - Outdoor Entertainment

The playground on the terrace created by the retaining wall

Terraforce retaining walls at the private residence of Liberty Group, a well established company importing and manufacturing edible oils and fats. More recently the group has expanded into marine foods, animal feed, eco-friendly green energy systems like wind power generation, infra-structure development and exports of high quality agricultural products. Read more »

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August 6th, 2015  |  Published in - Stairways & Seating & Ramps


The term amphitheatre is derived from the Greek language, meaning roughly: viewing from two sides. Open air theatres have been in use for over two thousand years, mostly in ancient Greece and the Roman Empire, with some of them able to seat up to 60 000 spectators.

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June 30th, 2015  |  Published in - Double Skin Walls, Heavy Retaining

550m² boundary walls, with inset fences

When retaining walls are planned in confined spaces, for example when a retaining wall has to be built close to an excavated earth face or between buildings and a road, the design needs to be adapted by doubling-up and combining the following installation approaches: Read more »

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May 22nd, 2015  |  Published in - Composite Walls, - Planting & Irrigation


Early in 2013, Dassenberg Retaining Systems was appointed to install plant supportive retaining walls, hard lawn pavers and conventional paving stones at the new Diemersfontein Wine and Country Estate near Wellington in the Western Cape. André Look, Architect and Etienne de Villiers, Project Manager were both in favour of using Terraforce products for this prominent development. Read more »

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April 28th, 2015  |  Published in - Roads, Driveway & Parking, Infrastructure

Access road to a Sentech Broadcasting mast

The construction paving of Cofimvaba Access Road was done in preparation of the proposed Sentech Broadcasting mast situated on Magwala Hill (Helmet Hill), in Nonqoboqobana Village, Cofimvaba, Eastern Cape Province.

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