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MSE Walls Become the Central Aesthetic Feature at La Villita Apartment & Homes sticky icon

Rusticated, stucco-textured top panels above normal water elevation

Responding to specialized customer needs with beauty, performance, service life and economy – that perfectly describes Reinforced Earth® custom-engineered Mechanically Stabilized Earth (MSE) retaining walls from The Reinforced Earth Company (RECo). But sometimes the architecture drives the project and the engineering must follow. That was exactly what Cousins Properties, Inc., manager for land owner Las Colinas Land Limited Partnership, found as it began developing the La Villita luxury apartments and homes, in Irving, TX.

I-70/I-670 Interchange sticky icon

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Travelers going east or west through Columbus, Ohio, have three route options:  south of downtown along I-70, through downtown on I-670, or bypass the city using circumferential I-270.  All three routes are intersected at different points by I-71, which runs north-south across the city and straight through the heart of Columbus.  The downtown maze where I-70, I-71 and I-670 intersect has long been characterized by high traffic volumes, geometric deficiencies, closely spaced ramps requiring intricate weaving patterns, and a high percentage of both commercial vehicles and large

Denver's Engle P3 "Flies" Reinforced Earth Walls sticky icon

Reinforced Earth Product in Field

Eagle P3 (East ­and ­Gold Line Enterprise Public-Private Partnership) project is part of the Denver Regional Transportation District's (RTD) FasTracks program, a voter-approved, 12-year, multi-billion-dollar transit expansion program that is building new commuter and light rail services throughout the RTD service area.

West County Connectors sticky icon

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The Orange County Transportation Authority, in a joint venture with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), is nearing completion of the $277 million West County Connectors project.  Funded in part by $50 million from the Federal Highway Administration under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, this project is significantly improving traffic flow and safety through the SR-22/I-405/I-605 interchange connecting to Garden Grove, Westminster, Seal Beach, Los Alamitos, Long Beach and Rossmoor.  Eight traffic barrier-topped Reinforced Earth mechanically stabilized

RECo & "The Path of the Pronghorn" sticky icon

Reinforced Earth Product in Field

The Pronghorn is a hearty antelope-like animal endemic to central and western North America.

Johnnie Dodds Boulevard - A Bridge Like No Other sticky icon

Reinforced Earth Product in Field

 

Johnnie Dodds Boulevard

A Bridge Like No Other

 

Location: Mt. Pleasant, SC

A Winning Combination: President George Bush Turnpike sticky icon

MSE Precast Retaining Wall

 

A Winning Combination 161 Toll Road - Design-Build

Location: Grand Prairie, TX