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Technique: Anchor Blocks

Anchor Blocks

Anchor blocks consist of utilizing structural blocks and anchors to provide stability and support for an existing slope. These blocks are typically large and are designed to be placed on a pattern. An anchor/tieback is drilled through the anchor block. The block acts in reaction to the tension force from the tieback to stabilize the slope.

Primary advantages of anchor blocks include that they can be permanent or temporary supports as cost-effective solutions for landslide repair slope stability control.

Common Applications Include: