A Gabion Wall is a type of retaining wall made of stacked stone-filled gabions or large cages or baskets. While these walls are executed for soil stabilisation behind the wall, they can be executed as a cover wall. Typically, a Gabion wall will be used in road construction in hilly terrain and can have multiple functions. Draining Capabilities through the wall, while keeping the original slope stabilised makes Gabion wall one Unique solution in Hilly Terrains having high rainfall. 

Benefits of Gabion Walls:

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Erosion Control

Gabion walls are an effective way to control soil erosion and stabilize slopes.


Gabion walls are made of wire mesh and filled with stones or other materials, making them highly durable and able to withstand harsh weather conditions.


Gabion walls are generally more cost-effective than other retaining wall options because they require less maintenance and have a longer lifespan.

Environmentally Friendly

Gabion walls are made from natural materials and do not require the use of harmful chemicals, making them an environmentally friendly option.


Gabion Walls are a type of retaining wall that is constructed using wire mesh baskets filled with rocks, gravel, or other materials. The wire mesh baskets are commonly referred to as Gabion baskets and are made of galvanised steel or PVC coated steel wire.

Gabion walls are often preferred over other types of retaining walls because they are cost-effective, have a natural appearance, are relatively easy to construct, and require minimal maintenance. They are also able to withstand significant loads and are suitable for use in a wide range of soil conditions.

Gabion walls are commonly used in a variety of applications such as retaining walls, erosion control, channel lining, bridge abutments, and even as decorative garden features. They are also used in military applications such as blast walls and barriers.

Gabion walls are constructed by placing the Gabion baskets in layers and securing them together with wire or metal clips. Once the baskets are in place, they are filled with rocks, gravel, or other materials to create a stable retaining wall.

Gabion walls generally require very little maintenance. However, they should be inspected periodically to ensure that the wire mesh baskets are intact and the filling material has not shifted or settled. In the event of damage or displacement, repairs can be made by adding additional filling material or replacing damaged Gabion baskets.