Walnut Creek Retaining Wall Contractor: And this is how it all begins. Lots of dirt. Actually more than 100 yards of dirt had to come out just to begin the work on this concrete wall
Using a skid steer and excavator makes the job easier. Building a retaining wall requires paying attention to a lot of small details.
At this point, we have a ruff cut for the back of the wall.
Starting to dig out for the footing. By the way, the footing is the most important part
On any retaining wall project, you will see a lot of orange spray paint. It’s not graffiti.
All rebar install for this retaining wall was #5 12 inches on center. The Proper placement is critical when building a wall
We will reuse all wood and for some reason, if we don’t we will recycle it
Final Inspection of the concrete forms and rebar before the pour. Everything looks straight on our end.
Over 30 yards poured on this phase and no movement on the concrete forms
The concrete retaining wall came out nice and straight
The basketball court is up next. This will allow us to see who is the best on the crew
We had to build this return for the retaining wall to hold up the neighbor’s side and for safety reasons. The pipes you see in the background is SDR-35 4 inch drainage pipe
Starting to set upgrade for the basketball court. We will use #3 rebar spaced at 16 inches on center. We also will pour a small retaining wall to support the patio.
Time for the first basketball test. Of course, we have to let the kid win. At this point, we are 90% done. The next phase is the upper patio.
The Basketball court section is completed. Time to move on to the patio and this will beautiful.
Walnut Creek Retaining Wall Contractor:
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