Noise barrier

sound absorptive concrete
Stonewall post and panel
AngleWall offset wall
AcoustAL aluminum for bridges & industrial use
AcoustaClear acrylic see through noise barrier

Retaining Wall

Shorewall - Post & Lagging

MSE mechanically stabilized embankment panel

gravity bin wall

Screen Wall and Fencing
Screen Wall Post and Panel
Safety Barrier

Highway safety barrier
per NCHRP 350 & M.A.S.H.
Architectural barrier
Parapet wall mount barrier

Cast Stone
Architectural Elements
for masonry structures
Contact & Job Application: for general inquiry

Bill Davis sales

Gary Figallo for design - build

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DuraHold & DuraHold 2

Solid concrete blocks stack up and last forever. DuraHold is a proven system that is so strong and robust that it is routinely selected for use where it is likely to be submerged under rapidly flowing water with rapid drawdown. It was installed at a PennDOT maintenance yard to replace a wornout railroad tie wall. A blast barricade was erected using Durahold II blocks, with alternate courses reversed to construct a verticle face. Each Durahold unit is 12 inches tall, 24 inches deep and 72 inches long. Durahold II is half the depth per block. For low height walls, it is a gravity system to be used were there is no space for a cribbed system. For taller walls, tie-back units either one or two deep create a crib that is backfilled with crushed stone resulting in a massive free draining construction.

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DuraHold flyer DuraHold PennDOT yard

DuraHold isometric drawings DuraHold Cross Sections & Iso Dwgs

Typical Cross Sections with differing soils and loading conditions:

DuraHold 6 ft DuraHold 8 ft DuraHold10 ft
DuraHold12 ft DuraHold14 ft DuraHold16 ft DuraHold18 ft
DuraHold 2 Slope Above Wall 3H : 1V
DuraHold 2 Surcharge no grid 50 psf or with grid 250 psf
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Dura-Sales (724) 224-7700, (724) 226-8888 fax

Dura-Sales can provide DuraHold designs and pricing, in place. Design is dependent upon local site conditions. For design, provide length and height of wall, backslope conditions - level ground, slope angle, or surcharge, and the phi angle of the material to be retained for use in the design of the wall system.