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There's something classic about a stacked Limestone wall. It just looks good, doesn't it?

Redi-Rock Limestone blocks have a natural split limestone texture that beautifully mimics real quarried stone. These large-scale block faces are perfect for commercial and residential projects- or anything in between!

The design of Redi-Rock® blocks goes beyond looks, though. These one-ton Redi-Rock blocks lock together using a knob and groove system, just like stacking Lego blocks. Now, who wouldn't want a giant block wall on their project?

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Limestone Block Specifications

  • Quarried stone texture
  • 5.75 square feet (0.5 square meters) of face
  • Four unique faces to give walls a random aesthetic
  • 5.75 square feet (0.5 square meters) of face per block
  • Approximately 23 square feet (2 square meters) of non-repeating texture available
  • Wet-cast concrete gives a greater level of detail and durability

Limestone Walls Create Access to Massive Park System

Creating access to this hilly park system presented some daunting challenges to the design team. Back-to-back, 41-foot (12.5 meter) tall Positive Connection retaining walls helped make access possible. Designers used Redi-Rock walls on multiple phases of the project to give the sprawling park a cohesive aesthetic. Check out the video to hear from the design team!

Limestone in Action

Limestone texture reetaining walls for pedestrian bridge at race track

Wing Walls for Pedestrian Bridge at Race Track

Officials chose Redi-Rock Limestone texture wing walls for a pedestrian bridge at the Kentucky Speedway race track to improve pedestrian flow and access. 

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Limestone texture Redi-Rock blocks for bridge construction wing walls.

Bridge Construction for Development in Nova Scotia

This development needed wing walls for bridge construction over a creek in Nova Scotia. See how they used Redi-Rock walls with vertical batter to achieve their goals!

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 When the natural banks of Fred Creek began eroding and threatening the stability of the banks adjacent to Oral Roberts University, the City of Tulsa needed to stabilize the erosion issue.
City Chooses Limestone Walls for Storm Channel Upgrades

When the banks of Fred Creek began eroding and threatening the banks adjacent to Oral Roberts University, the City of Tulsa needed to stabilize the erosion issue.

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