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Concrete Wall to Replace Failed Baskets at Ohio DOT Project

Matt Ball on August 5, 2014 - in Design/Engineering, Erosion control, Transportation

The Ohio Department of Transportation’s plan to build a green wall to spruce up the intersection of Rts. 750 and 315 in Delaware County crumbled when cages filled with soil and greenery collapsed in June.

The wall was part of a $3.5 million plan to add left-turn lanes on Rt. 315 and on the western leg of Rt. 750 and stabilize sloping land. It was the first time ODOT had used the baskets. But now the agency is back at the drawing board.

Read more via The Columbus Dispatch

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