QisoShi – Hesco Concertainer Trapions are supplied as a pre-assembled flat pack unit, to enable gabion structures with one or more inclined faces to be constructed.
Special custom made panels with inclined edges may be available to achieve accurate corner joints.
Trapions are ideally suited to free standing walls, cladding systems and Architectural features.
The entrance feature wall to the headquarters of Tui Ltd nr Warwick.
University of Central England – Department of Construction
Left – 32 of these 4.75m high columns form the
boundary fence to the B&Q flagship store at Sutton in Ashfield , Nottinghamshire. They are filled and hand
faced with selected crushed concrete.
Right – Den Haag, Holland – A 250m Trapion sound barrier filled with volcanic rock. The wall incorporates novel circular and “saw tooth” gabions.
Left – The Earth Centre Conference building. This building was an award winning structure, constructed from a much recycled material as possible, crushed concrete fill, reclaimed timber, and refurbished furniture.
Three of these meeting rooms surround a main circular auditorium. The Hesco trapions perform a dual function of retaining the hillside into which the structure is built and as the walls of the building itself.