Choosing Redi-Rock Saves New McDonald's Store $80,000


To create space for a new restaurant, McDonald's chooses Redi-Rock as the most economical option

THE CHALLENGE

In Waynesville, Ohio, a local McDonald's project manager needed an inexpensive solution to retain a hill next to the proposed store.

THE SOLUTION

The wall was reinforced using geogrid and was 19.5 feet (5.9 meters) tall at its highest point. The wall extended for 165 feet (50.3 meters) in length and saved the project nearly $80,000 over the next best option.

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Choosing Redi-Rock retaining walls allowed this new McDonald's store to save significant money.

PROJECT DETAILS

Project Name: Waynesville McDonald's #15 Customer: McDonald's Design Specifying Engineer: Joe Kowalski Manufacturer: Redi-Rock Structures of OKI Location: Waynesville, Ohio Year Built: 2006

PRODUCTS FEATURED IN THIS CASE STUDY


Reinforced Retaining Wall Blocks - Build reinforced retaining walls with the revolutionary Redi-Rock the Positive Connection (PC) System.

Cobblestone Texture Blocks - One of the beautiful face texture options offered on Redi-Rock blocks.

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