The flexibility of a Wire Wall with a Precast Panel face.
Vist-A-Wall Two-Stage Precast Walls provide strong advantages where poor foundations or soft soils and significant settlements are anticipated – but the aesthetics of precast panels are desired.
Two stages of construction
The wire wall is constructed first and sits until the target settlements are reached. Then, the precast panels are erected on their own leveling pad, spaced off the wall face and attached by a system of adjustable hooks and turnbuckles. The void is then filled with granular material or grout. Our brochure details this construction sequence in a series of color illustrations.
The precast panels are available in numerous textures, colors, sizes and concrete types. We can also work with you to customize these options. See our brochure below for more details.
Vist-A-Wall Precast Panel Walls are recommended for retaining walls, bridge abutments, grade separations and headwalls or wingwalls.