Temporary slope protection is used when digging down near a structure either for an addition or to construct a new building. It is not used to hold the building up, but rather to keep the dirt in place stabilizing the soil and keeping the work area safe. It will usually be buried or tore out once the work is completed. Permanent slope protection is generally the same process other than it is thicker with better reinforcement and can be colored to a more natural color.
Shotcrete Shear Walls:
Shear walls are used for bringing older buildings up to seismic code during a remodel. They are generally cheaper and quicker then single forming and pouring walls.
Swimming Pools & Water Features:
We have been doing Swimming Pool construction through out the Intermountain West since 1983. We also do water features, landscape ponds and waterfalls.