Walls & Slopes

Smart. Choice.

For 38 years, Nilex's engineered, technically advanced geosynthetic materials have provided customers with choices and alternatives to conventional construction methods for less money. Smart, environmentally conscious solutions used in the most difficult grade separation challenges.

Nilex distributes a variety of products for Mechanically Stabilized Earth (MSE) systems for any grade separation application including bridge abutments, vegetated reinforced steepened slopes (RSS), approach walls, temporary walls and block walls. Our products offer an assortment of options that include vegetated walls and slopes as well as hard surface and wire walls. By incorporating Tensar geogrids and geotextiles along with various facing elements we offer smart choices for our customers that are not only economical but also attractive for all their MSE project needs. 

ARES® Retaining Wall System

ARES Wall Face

The ARES Retaining Wall System uses a precast concrete panel wall facing that is customized to meet project-specific architectural, structural, aesthetic and budget requirements.

Mesa® Segmental Retaining Wall (SRW) System

Mesa

The Mesa Segmental Retaining Wall (SRW) System features a unique positive mechanical connection between the masonry block facing unit and the geogrid reinforcement.

StoneTerra™

The patented StoneTerra™ Retaining Wall Block System offers an attractive architectural face and simple installation all at a sensible per square metre/foot cost.

SierraScape®

SierraScape® Wall Face SierraScape is the only wire-formed retaining wall system with a positive connection between the wire form and geogrid reinforcement. Finished facing options can include stone, shot-crete and vegetation.

Sierra® Slope Retention System

Sierra® Slope Wall Face

The Sierra Slope Retention System is a premier reinforced soil slope retention system designed to blend naturally with the surrounding environment.

Surficial Slope Stabilization

ARV

Nilex’s Anchor Reinforced Vegetation (ARV) system can be engineered to provide surficial slope stabilization to resist shallow plane failures that typically occur after heavy rain or during spring thaw.