Wall Market Segments and Value Propositions

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A short slide show of the various methods and systems available worldwide for the construction of retaining walls. Comments are made regarding the approximate value proposition of each segment, as experienced by Mark Woolbright of The Living Wall Company. http://www.thelivingwallco.com

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Wall Market Segments and Value Propositions

  1. 1. Welcome to Our Short PresentationRetaining Wall Market Segments, Niche Products and Value Propositions Visit Our Website at www.thelivingwallco.com
  2. 2. Cast-in-place Walls – Material Package only @ N/A per square foot of face - Complete and Installed @ $45-60 per square foot of faceValue Proposition – Vertical applications with no room forreinforcement, availability, design flexibility, design theory familiar to engineers, reliableperformance and longevity
  3. 3. MSE Panel Walls – Material Package only @ $12-15 per square foot of face - Complete and Installed @ $30-45 per square foot of faceValue Proposition – Vertical applications with room for reinforcement, dependable alternateto Cast-in-place, mechanical connection to reinforcement, performance of wet-castconcrete, design flexibility
  4. 4. Large Wet-Cast Block Walls – Material Package @ $12-15 per square foot of face - Complete / Installed @ $30-40 per square foot of faceValue Proposition – availability, performance of wet-cast concrete, taller walls withoutadditional reinforcement than most systems, lower price than cast-in-place, variety oftextures and colors
  5. 5. Upgraded Dry-Cast Block Walls – Material Package @ $10-15 per square foot of face - Complete / Installed @ $30-45 per square foot of faceValue Proposition – latest aesthetic treatments, similar look to natural stone at lowerprice point, similar engineering design to standard dri-cast block walls
  6. 6. Standard Dry-Cast Block Walls – Material Package @ $4-9 per square foot of face - Complete / Installed @ $13-25 per square foot of faceValue Proposition – availability, more durable than wood, design flexibility, walls builtwith smaller equipment, lower price than cast-in-place, variety of textures and colors
  7. 7. Welded Wire Walls – Material Package @ $5-10 per square foot of face - Complete / Installed @ $15-25 per square foot of faceValue Proposition – walls and slopes, design flexibility, availability, easily shipped,possible greenspace, lower price where aesthetics are not a driver
  8. 8. Creative and Unusual “do-it-yourself” Plantable WallsEven in the absence of “marketed” systems, living walls can be accomplishedvarious ways.
  9. 9. Soil-filled bags such asDeltaLok, socks such asFiltrexx, fabric-wrappedGeogrids. Material andinstalled costs varygreatly ranging from$20-$100 per sf
  10. 10. Concrete Crib WallSystems and Wire FacingPanels Designed forPlanting – ranging from$15-$50 per sf
  11. 11. Stacked PlasticCellular ConfinementSystems ( GeoCells )installed range from$15-$30 per sf
  12. 12. Concrete Cells with HollowCores and a Variety ofExterior Shapes areavailable inEurope, Australia andSouth Africa
  13. 13. Modular Block with Varying Sizes of Fill Receiving Cavities and NOBottom for Ease of Shipping and Handling. The material cost is low @ $4-$10 per sf but if installed with a space between, they take great care andmaintenance to support long-term plant growth.
  14. 14. Modular Block having Varying sizes of fill receiving cavities anda Full Bottom to securely hold soil are more structural but needbig fill volumes to support long-term plant growth.
  15. 15. SmartSlope Living Walls – Material Package @ $8-10 per square foot of face - Complete / Installed @ $20-25 per square foot of faceValue Proposition – living walls and slopes, performance of wet-cast concrete, designflexibility, solid bottom, built with smaller equipment, mechanical connection to efficientreinforcement, best grow-out in niche, sustainable, greenspace, LEED contribution,storm-water retention/detention, great aesthetics
  16. 16. Thank You For Your Time and Contact Us For Further Discussion!Retaining Wall Market Segments, Niche Products and Value Propositions Visit Our Website at www.thelivingwallco.com

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