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For remote project areas (or heavily
wooded or steep sites) with difficult equipment access, the ability to easily transport
or carry geosynthetic materials to the site
is an advantage over heavier concrete
blocks or large riprap. Remote sites along
lakeshores, rivers, estuaries or coastlines
could be accessed by boat, readily transporting materials and workers to the projects. Once the leveling pad or foundation
is prepared, EBS units can be deployed
and set up, ready for soil infilling.
Note that site investigation and characterization of geotechnical soil properties always are required to provide reasonable confidence in the wall/slope design.
Construction oversight and monitoring
is strongly recommended to confirm

the site conditions concur with those
assumed in the design analysis and to
verify that construction practices follow
the engineering design and specifications.
References
Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning
Agency. (2002). Mountain Creek community greenway
master plan, p. 24. https://chcrpa.org/wp-content/
uploads/sites/17/2017/12/MtnCreekGreenwayfinal_
plan_document.pdf.

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Miller, S. M. (2017). "Versatile applications of internally
braced, geosynthetic wrap-face vegetated walls and
reinforced soil slopes." Geosynthetics, 35(4), 24-33.
NCMA (National Concrete Masonry Association). (1996).
Design manual for segmental retaining walls, 2nd ed.,
Herndon, Va.
TDEC (Tennessee Department of Environment and
Conservation Division of Water Resources). (2018). www.
tn.gov/environment/program-areas/wr-water-resources/
water-quality/water-quality-reports---publications.html. G

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