In Depth Analysis
Several Hoag Hospital buildings need to be constructed at the base of a large slope. In order to acquire enough land to build these structures, the slope had to be cut back to a vertical state and shored up by way of soil nail wall. Hoag Hospital was very concerned with the aesthetics of this large wall and chose our Newport Fractured Sandstone to meet their requirements. 35,350 square feet of Newport Fractured Sandstone was installed as required. And 1087 lineal feet of V-ditch was installed behind the wall.
Boulderscape Service Overview
Installation of an 6” structural shotcrete and a 1”- 4” thick Corona Granite sculpted finish.
Medium Earth Blend
Soil Nail Wall
Shotcrete/Concrete Mix Design
Xypex crystalline admix was included in the concrete to stop water from penetrating through the concrete.