Commercial Retention Wall Construction

Redi-Rock Commercial Walls

McCullough Landscaping is one of the leaders in commercial retaining wall construction in the Metro Atlanta area. Having the right equipment to undertake one of these massive projects is a must. Our company has invested millions of dollars into our machines so we can do any project no matter how small or how big.

Being a certified Redi-Rock installer, we have found that these products allow us to construct the strongest wall possible while at the same time producing an extremely attractive end result.

Redi-Rock is the leader in the commercial block retaining wall product industry, creating systems with “The Essence of Natural Rock”. Redi-Rock  has developed a complete line of coordinating products that include gravity walls, reinforced walls, freestanding walls, columns, caps, steps, and pavers.

Gravity Walls

Need to build close to an existing building, property line, or utilities?

The massive, one-ton Redi-Rock blocks rely on the sheer weight of each block to hold a hill or dirt in place. They don’t require geogrid reinforcement, so the amount of excavation required is minimized. The patented knob and groove design aligns blocks perfectly. Installation is fast and easy, just like building a Lego wall. The blocks are made of architectural grade precast concrete, but they look like natural stone, giving reinforced retaining walls a beautiful but strong look. See photo below where McCullough Landscaping used this Redi-Rock product.

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Reinforced Walls

Have critical projects such as bridge abutments, wing walls, or retaining walls?

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Redi-Rock Positive Connection (PC) System for reinforced walls are low maintenance and long lasting. The PC System requires only two components: the block and the geo-grid. There are no special connection components that can fail or corrode, which simplifies the construction sequence and provides a rock solid connection. Wet-cast, air-entrained concrete blocks offer greater durability and longer maintenance-free service life for reinforced walls. This in turn saves on maintenance costs over the life of the wall. This unique system provides taller wall design heights in just about every situation.

 Freestanding Walls

Looking for a freestanding wall, large planter, staircase, signage foundation?

Redi-Rock Freestanding blocks are textured on both sides, giving above-grade walls an unbeatable, finished look for any project you design. They stand freely on top of retaining walls or concrete surfaces creating a barrier wall or planter wall. Redi-Rock freestanding blocks weigh 1527 lbs. each, so you don’t have to worry about blocks moving or falling.

No matter how big the project, McCullough Landscaping can handle it! We don’t only use Redi-Rock products for these commercial retention wall projects. But we’ve found that they are the leader when it comes to the design and appearance of these massive building blocks. Whatever the project… we are ready to help. Give us a call today and let’s get the ball rolling.

We’ll leave you with this video that shows us doing commercial projects using Redi-Rock products as well as other residential retaining wall projects. Hope you enjoy! Please leave comments or questions. You can use our Contact Form or call us directly at (678)210-1020.

 Call us now to get started (678)210-1020

Clent McCullough Landscaping

McCullough Landscaping
980 James Burgess Rd.
Suwanee GA 30024
(678)210-1020

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