Fitchburg State University Chooses Redi-Rock for 12-year overhaul


Fitchburg State is located on a very hilly campus, and most of the students are commuters. These two factors pose challenges with space for new buildings, and areas for parking. Landscape architect, Andrew Leonard chose Redi-Rock retaining walls to tackle various projects featuring grade changes across campus. Both gravity and reinforced Redi-Rock walls have allowed grade transitions to create parking, accessible walkways, and usable flat surfaces in general on campus.

Redi-Rock engineered retaining wall solutions are used to create usable land in communities around the world. Multiple block solutions are available so you can design optimized solutions for your wall project.

Products Featured in this Case Study


Gravity Retaining Wall Blocks - Massive, one-ton Redi-Rock gravity blocks rely on the sheer mass of each block to hold back the earth.

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

Limestone Texture - Redi-Rock Limestone blocks mimic the texture of natural split Limestone.

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