• Wire Mesh Drapery

    Wire Mesh Drapery is generally defined as double twisted wire mesh draped over a slope area and anchored at the top with soil or rock anchors.   Wire mesh is used where rocks are generally less than 2 feet in diameter … Continue reading →
  • Rock Dowels

    Rock Dowels are generally defined as untensioned steel rods inserted into predrilled holes in rock and bonded in place with grout.
  • Ring Net Drapery

    Ring Net Drapery is generally defined as ring nets draped over a slope area and anchored with soil or rock anchors.  Ring nets are used where rocks are generally less than 6 feet in diameter and used to prevent rocks … Continue reading →
  • Cable Net Drapery

    Cable Net Drapery is generally defined as cable nets draped over a slope area and anchored with soil or rock anchors.  Cable Nets are used where rocks are generally 4 feet and less in diameter and used to prevent rocks … Continue reading →
  • Passive Mitigation

    Passive systems, in contrast to active systems, allow rock movement to occur but focus on preventing rockfall from reaching roads, railways, working areas, and other areas being protected.  Protection is done by retaining, controlling, and catching rockfall events.  Passive systems … Continue reading →

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