Hello and thank you all in advance for your help. My client has a house on a large hill overlooking a river. The hill, which is approximately 150’ vertical and has at least a 1:1 slope maybe steeper, has started to erode. I started looking into building a retaining wall at the bottom to reduce the slope of the hill however it would require a large wall. Does anyone know of other more economical options for steep slope stabilization. Has anyone had experience with wire mesh stabilization similar to Geobrugg’s Tecco system see link below.
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