Press Releases

Are The "Big Leagues" (in SRWs) Better?

Matt Singer, Director of National Sales and Training here at VERSA-LOK, answers this question and others about big retaining walls versus small wall projects in the April-May, 2014, issue of Hardscape magazine.


SRWs Score at Kansas Stadiums

VERSA-LOK retaining wall units provided a perfect solution for stadium seating, functionally and economically, as explained in this article from Concrete Masonry Designs magazine, Hardscape Edition, 2013, a publication of the National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA).

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UW-Stout’s In-House Landscaping Department Does It All With VERSA-LOK

Tiered VERSA-LOK retaining walls on UW-Stout campusSometimes, if you want the job done right, you just have to do it yourself. That’s what Mike Smith decided when he arrived at University of Wisconsin-Stout four years ago to take over as campus grounds supervisor.

Multistack segmental retaining wall units where geogrid options are limited

In terms of cost, aesthetics and design flexibility, VERSA-LOK segmental retaining wall units could be your most effective solution the next time you find yourself in a tight spot.

Segmental retaining walls (SRWs) taller than 4 feet typically require soil reinforcement. The most cost-effective way to retain soil in these situations is with a geogrid-reinforced retaining wall—where grid is an option.

VERSA-LOK rehabilitates University of Wisconsin-River Falls outdoor amphitheatre

UW-River Falls Versa-Lok amphitheatre

A popular outdoor amphitheatre on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls (UWRF) got a new lease on life last year when crumbling limestone seating tiers were replaced with VERSA-LOK seat walls and integrated stairs.

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Outdoor kitchens built with VERSA-LOK have caught fire among homeowners who are spending more time entertaining in their back yards. 


VERSA-LOK walls can be built in tiers to minimize their visual impact on the landscape.


You're only limited by your imagination when designing with VERSA-LOK. 


If you can design it, you can build it with VERSA-LOK.


VERSA-LOK Mosaic is perfect for historic renovation projects and takes on an added dimension with multicolored units.


There’s no need to be afraid of heights when you’re building with VERSA-LOK.


Water features are an increasingly popular use for VERSA-LOK, especially in combination with natural stone.


VERSA-LOK’s strength and versatility lends itself to bridge and culvert construction without sacrificing beauty.


Stairs and freestanding columns can be integrated into VERSA-LOK walls without the use of special units.


VERSA-LOK segmental retaining walls maintain their integrity even in the most severe northern climates.


Monument walls built with VERSA-LOK make a stunning frame for commercial signage


Random-pattern VERSA-LOK Mosaic is a favorite for upscale commercial developments.