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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. Is a member of the Concrete Manufacturers Association (CMA) and 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 walls, small or large.

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 retaining walls to geogrid reinforced earth-retaining or heavy gravity, double skin walls.

Most Terraforce Licensees use recycled concrete and clay bricks in the manufacture of Terraforce products. Please note: Terraforce suppliers stock their own selection/sizes of Terraforce concrete retaining wall blocks, this means the full range of products IS NOT sold at every outlet.

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December 2nd, 2016  |  Published in - Slope Stabilisation, Erosion Control

Terracrete hard-lawn blocks used for slope erosion control

Terracrete for slope erosion control

The small town of Esperance is situated near the southern tip of Western Australia and Terraforce products (Terracrete hard lawn pavers and L11 and Terralite blocks) are selling well in the area, via the local Bunnings, the largest building warehouse chain in Australia. Read more »

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October 24th, 2016  |  Published in - Slope Stabilisation, Heavy Retaining  |  2 Comments

As construction proceeded on an ablution block at the foot of the grounds, it became necessary to retain the cut slopes between the building and existing access road above.

Earlier this year, construction started on new military parade grounds in Manzini, initiated by the Ministry of Economic Planning and Development, Swaziland Government. As construction proceeded on an ablution block at the foot of the grounds, it became necessary to retain the cut slopes between the building and existing access road above. Read more »

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October 3rd, 2016  |  Published in - Composite Walls

The Terraforce L11 block has a round face finish which is easily planted.

Three concrete retaining block walls have been built at the Silverstar Casino entertainment complex in Krugersdorp using CMA member, Terraforce’s L11 blocks. The blocks were supplied by Terraforce licensee and CMA member, ReMaCon Products cc, and the walls were designed by ReMaCon CEO, Silvio Ferarris. Read more »

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August 30th, 2016  |  Published in - General News, Infrastructure

Blocks are fully covered by plants

Few people realise that concrete is the most used man-made material in the world, with three tons used annually for each man, woman and child. Twice as much concrete is used around the world than the total of all other building materials, including wood, steel, plastic and aluminium. Read more »

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July 26th, 2016  |  Published in - Specialist Installations

wall designed by artist Dirk Bahmann

Every now and then, Terraforce earth retaining and permeable paving products are used for an unusual purpose, like this Terracrete creative wall designed by artist Dirk Bahmann in Doornfontein, Johannesburg, South Africa.

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June 27th, 2016  |  Published in - Landscaping & Terracing

The new wall created the maximum space required for the extra building

In order to build a new addition to the Cariboo Chilcotin Child Development Centre, Williams Lake, British Columbia, Canada, that included the Cariboo Autism Centre in 2014, an old retaining wall needed to be torn down, moved back and replaced. The new wall colours created the maximum space required for the extra building “foot print” on the property. Read more »

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