The Greatham Managed Realignment Scheme was part of the Environment Agencies wider " Tees tidal Flood Risk Management Strategy" which imposed a legal requirement upon the Environment Agency to deliver intertidal habitats as compensation for the impact of flood management projects. The challenge was to construct embankments comprising predominantly of site won material. THe size, scale and nature of the works dictates a tight time scale was maintained to ensure rapid return to its natural state. ABGs Erosamat Type 3 was chose, comprising 3 dimensional structure and entangled filaments. Erosamat forms a permanent composite with the natural vegetative root structure supported.
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Vegetated Retaining Wall, Cutting Stabilisation, Webwall,Saundersfoot, UK
Retaining Wall, Webwall, Westfield, Pembrokeshire, UK
Blue Roof, Green Extensive, Huddersfield University, UK
Green Roof, Biodiverse, Regent Street, Piccadilly, London, UK