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If you live in an area that is brown but gets a lot of seasonal rain, you’re no stranger to mudslides. Whether the area has just had a fire and is prone to flooding or simply receives a lot of r...

Earth retention systems help immensely when it comes to controlling water flow and maintaining control of soil erosion. By working with experienced earth retention contractors, you can ensure an area ...

Soil erosion is the wearing away of topsoil. It is commonly caused by farming and construction practices and wind. Water erosion, the loss of topsoil due to water, also plays a significant role. Topso...

Concrete is used more than any other manmade material in the world. We use it to build roads, set foundations, construct walls and floors, and rely on it heavily in civil construction; it is a favorit...

Channel lining, or canal lining, is meant to make the process of water conveyance more efficient and sustainable. By lining the channels by which water travels, you’re also minimizing water loss...

While Mother Nature often has her own ideas about what she wants to do, humans can build structures like retaining walls to contain land and prevent disasters. Earth retention methods can assist in de...

Runoff water can be a major problem, especially for newer developments or construction projects. One way to mitigate the damage of runoff water is by lining water channels. With channel lining, the si...

Preventing erosion from water runoff is an important job that many will have to contemplate when building commercial infrastructures. Typically, retaining walls are used for earth retention and keepin...