The patented fork slot technology was designed so contractors can use heavy machinery to pick multiple blocks at a time
Efficiently staging product on jobsites reduces handling time and is safer than hooking blocks with a chain.
Redi-Rock blocks are trapezoidal in shape. This fact enables the blocks to accomplish convex and concave radii.
Save time positioning blocks and ensure a proper fit with the interlocking knob and groove technology.
A solid hook made from A36 steel is cast directly into the Redi-Rock blocks. The hook is used to safely lift blocks into place
Redi-Rock products lead the industry in texture depths at a whopping 5.5in of texture. Redi-Rock comes in three textures: Limestone, Cobblestone, and the revolutionary Ledgestone. Also, multiple colors can be achieved to meet your need.
Redi-Rock blocks utilize a knob and groove technology. This simple concept means that the entire structure is interlocked. Interface shear testing data is available in the Technical section of this website.
One Clydesdale Horse
Our 41 Inch Middle Block weighs in at 2351 pounds. This 41 in. Block weighs as much as a Budweiser Clydesdale!
Redi-Rock uses the weight of the blocks to hold back the earth. This allows Redi-Rock to build taller walls than smaller block units before needing to add geogrid or tiebacks
The 41" Middle Block is
- 18" high
- 46" long
- 41" wide (deep)
Featured Case Study
- Emerald Hills Development - Sherwood Park, Alberta
“Construction timing led us to choose Redi-Rock. Because it didn’t require tiebacks, we were able to install the blocks after everything else went in and solve our construction timing issue,” the engineer said.
This project included:
- Cobblestone gravity walls to support the roadway
- A faux arch culvert to make the structure look like a bridge
- Freestanding walls and caps to act as a barrier for pedestrians
The developers were so impressed with the results that they will be using Redi-Rock through future phases of the development!
Oct 20, 2014
Redi-Rock Marina Project in Progress
Check out this video of a construction project that is using a massive amount of Redi-Rock walls to expand a marina.You'll be hearing more about this project when it's complete!